The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) has recently added significant time and expense to board certification. Beginning in 2014, to be reported as “Meeting MOC Requirements,” physicians must sign up for a complex system requiring they complete MOC activities every two years and pay significantly higher fees. Even if you are actively certified or recertified, failure to comply will result in your certification reading “Certified, Not Meeting MOC Requirements.” The new MOC are burdensome requiring MOC activities every two years. In addition, there is a yearly fee that requires payment of at least $3,335.00 (for subspecialty MOC) over ten years. To view, and if in agreement, join a PETITION AGAINST THE NEW MOC REQUIREMENTS.
Click the link below to join the petition against the new MOC requirements: