What are the consequences of a “failed” audit?

Providers will receive a warning for the first violation and will not be permitted to submit participant completion information for an activity that fails the audit.  The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) will not revoke Maintenance of Certification (MOC) points or patient safety credit that has already been issued to physicians who participated in an activity that fails the audit.  Future noncompliance with ABIM’s policies and requirements could result in a change in the provider’s status.  ABIM may revisit this policy in the future.

From: accme.org

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