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For MOC activities, how will I know that the participant data I have uploaded has been validated by the specialty board?

After a provider submits participant completion data for an MOC activity, PARS will verify the participant's information against simple validation rules, and once verified, PARS will transmit the record to the specialty board (or boards) for validation.  Once that has taken place and the board(s) complete its validation of the data, the participant record status will change to "accepted" or "rejected" within 24 hours.  In the case that a record is rejected, the provider will be notified via email, and the reason for rejection will appear in PARS.  Depending on what the reason is, a provider can correct the data and resubmit in PARS.


Which definition of public or population health should providers use when complying with C27?

The ACCME does not require providers to use a particular definition of public or population health.  As one suggestion, a 1988 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report offered a condensed definition of public health as "fulfilling society's interest in assuring conditions in which people can be healthy." (Committee for the Study of the Future of Public Health, 1988, p. 19) [Institute of Medicine (1988). The Future of Public Health. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.]


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Weekly Compliance Tip

For MOC activities, how will I know that the participant data I have uploaded has been validated by the specialty board?    

After a provider submits participant completion data for an MOC activity…

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