Diplomates must attest to obtaining 25 hours of Allergy/Immunology CME credits from accredited organizations every year in order to fulfill the lifelong learning and self-assessment component of MOC. Copies of CME certificates are not required, however, diplomates are required to log onto their diplomate web portal and attest to completing the 25 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM in allergy and immunology. It is suggested that of the 25 credits, six also be designated as Self-Assessment Credit.
Recognizing state licensing and institutional requirements and in the desire to reduce redundancy in demands upon our diplomates, ABAI will accept up to six CME credits for non-self-directed state and institutional mandated CME activities (i.e. pain management, elder abuse, substance abuse).
The ABAI will audit 10% of diplomates participating in the MOC program for CME. Diplomates will only be chosen for an audit one time during the 10-year MOC cycle. If selected for an audit, diplomates will be required to submit CME certificates for the previous year.
Please note that only AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM in allergy/immunology will be accepted.
Patient Safety Module
Designed to assess and enhance patient safety in the practice setting, all diplomates must complete an ABAI-approved Patient Safety Module once every 10 years.
Captured sessions from ACAAI Annual Scientific Meetings that are ABAI designated Self-Assessment Credit.
Do not purchase these if you have already subscribed to the full On Demand Annual Meeting package (these are contained within that package).
All the 2019 MOC courses are 1.5 Credits / $25 for Members / $35 for Non-members:
- Evolution of Food Allergy Therapies
- Telemedicine for the Allergist
- Natural Disasters and Climate Change: The Central Role of the Allergist
- New Horizons in Chronic Rhinosinusitis
All the 2018 MOC courses are 1.5 Credits / $25 for Members / $35 for Non-members:
- Name That Rash: Serious Drug Rashes and Others
- Advocacy Council Coding and Government Regulations Update
- Cannabis: What the Allergist Needs to Know About Marijuana: Medical and Recreational
- Practical Applications for Your Office
- How to Assess Growth and Fracture Risk in the Steroid-treated Patient
- Hot Topics in Pediatric Allergy
- How Allergists Can Help Prevent Food Allergy Development: Translating Evidence Into Practice
- Evaluation of a Patient With Secondary Immune Deficiency