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MOC Part IV FAQs
What are the benefits of utilizing Charlotte AHEC's Portfolio Program?
All the credits you need for 1 year
Access to other education to meet your professional needs
Is there a fee?
Yes, please contact
to inquire about costs.
Who can participate?
Any ABMS board certified physicians can participate to receive MOC Part IV credit. Learners (RNs, PAs, NPs, or Caseworkers) can receive educational credit or MOC credit from NCCPA if applicable.
Can I participate in more than one activity?
Will you work with organizations to approve activities?
Yes. Please contact
to inquire about a partnership.
I am double boarded. Can I get credit with both of my boards?
Yes. We can submit on your behalf.
How do I know if I received credit?
CEU credit will be applied once the participant completes the evaluation.
MOC Part IV credit will be submitted by the MOC Portfolio Manager within 3 days of your data being approved for submission. The credit will be applied on your specific board website.
Are all PAs in my organization eligible to receive NCCPA PI-CME credit through this pathway?
This pathway is open to PAs participating with physicians in Portfolio Program approved improvement activities.
Are "PA only" improvement efforts eligible to receive NCCPA Certification Maintenance credit through this pathway?
Not at this time.
What are the standards for meaningful PA participation in these improvement activities?
The threshold for meaningful PA participation must be equivalent to the standard for physicians participating in the same activity.
How many PI-CME Credits will PAs receive for efforts submitted to the NCCPA through the Portfolio Program?
PAs will be awarded 30 PI-CME credits. NCCPA then doubles the first 20 PI-CME credits earned for each PA per CME logging cycle.