Weekly Compliance Tips

If my MOC activity is selected for review, what do we do?

If your MOC activity is selected for review, the ACCME will send you specific next steps about what materials will need to be provided, an on what timelines.  The review of MOC activities is not designed to be punitive in any way - rather, they are formative and constructive.

One helpful tool (though not a formal audit document) is the Planning and Audit Guide - reviewing this now, before a review is requested, can be a best practice to ensure that your organization is meeting the board requirements.


How can I help learners understand whether or not they are required to participate in a MIPS Improvement Activity to obtain the connected financial incentives?

Clinicians can enter their 10-digit National Provider Identifier (NPI) number in the CMS lookup tool to determine their status in the Quality Payment Program (QPP).

Note: Some clinicians are not required to participate in additional Improvement Activities if they are in organizations that are already participating in Advanced Alternative Payment Models (Advanced APMs) or meeting MIPS requirements through other methods.


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If my MOC activity is selected for review, what do we do?  

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