Take Advantage of the CMP to Meet Your MOC Requirements – and More
Now is the best time to take advantage of the Collaborative Maintenance Pathway (CMP) – an alternative option offered by the ACC and the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) for meeting maintenance of certification (MOC) requirements, as well as all other education, licensure and certification needs. Delivered through ACCSAP, CathSAP and HFSAP, as well as EPSAP, the CMP ensures clinicians can stay 100% certified by focusing on just 20% of the field each year. The Performance Assessment windows for Heart Failure & Transplant will take place Aug 13 – 21 and Nov 12 – 20. The CMP Performance Assessment windows have been extended from seven days to nine days so you have two consecutive weekends to participate. Also new for this year, the seven-hour learning requirement has been removed, allowing flexibility in terms of how much time is spent on a given topic. Thousands of your peers have chosen to participate in the Collaborative Maintenance Pathway (CMP). Watch this video of Kiran Khush, MD, detailing her personal experience.