If learners demonstrated that they stopped doing something ineffective, would that be considered an “improvement” according to Criterion 36?

Yes.  If a provider’s goal was to encourage learners to stop or decrease a practice, for example prescribing a certain drug, and the learners make the recommended change, that would be considered an “improvement” according to Criterion 36.

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MOC activities require a passing standard.  As such, how do I develop this standard?       

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