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CME & ABP MOC Part 4 Jill Healy, MS QuIIN Project Manager Florida Pediatric Medical Home Demonstration Project (C4K) Learning Session September 23-24, 2011
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ The AAP designates this Live activity for a maximum of 11.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. The AAP designates this Performance Improvement CME activity for a maximum of 20.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Two Separate Certificates of Attendance One certificate for live learning – in binders One certificate for PI – will be emailed after completing 1 data cycle Separate certificates for physicians and allied health professionals
Learning Session Credit (CME) (11.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™) Eligibility You are a physician or an allied health professional You attend the full Learning Session Claiming Credit If you are a physician or are subscribed to AAP’s PediaLink®, you can claim credit approximately 21 business days after the Learning Session by using the instructions found in the “Recording CME Credit” document. If you are a nurse, social worker, or other allied health professional, you will need to send the CME certificate of attendance to your professional association to approve/award the credits.
Performance Improvement Credit (CME) (20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™) What is it? Structured, long-term processes by which a physician or group of physicians can learn about specific performance measures, retrospectively assess their practice, apply these prospectively over a useful interval, and re-evaluate their performance. Eligibility You are a physician or an allied health professional You complete a baseline chart review and pre-practice survey You attend the live Learning Session September 23-24, 2011 You send in your monthly chart reviews via EQIPP You submit your Monthly Progress Report via Survey Monkey You review your applicable run charts for the month You participate on the monthly calls to discuss your data
Performance Improvement (PI) Credit Claiming Credit After participation on your first monthly call, where you reflect on your data for the month, you have completed 1 full data cycle, making you eligible for performance improvement credit. (Once you participate, AAP staff will notify CME staff of your completion) If you are a physician or are subscribed to AAP’s PediaLink®, you can claim credit by using the instructions found in the “Recording CME Credit” document. If you are a nurse, social worker, or other allied health professional, you will need to send the CME certificate of attendance to your professional association to approve/award the credits. AAP staff will email the listserv when this credit is ready to be claimed
CME Resources Tab 7 CME Q&A Disclosure Grid Recording CME Credit CME Certificates of Attendance (separate for physicians and allied health) Certificate for live session provided in your binder Certificate for PI will be emailed at a later date
American Board of Pediatrics Maintenance of Certification Part 4 Part 1 of the Florida Pediatric Medical Home Demonstration Project has been approved by the ABP for MOC Part 4 credit!
ABP Maintenance of Certification Part 4 Credit What is it? Part 4 (Performance in Practice) of MOC requires pediatricians to: Demonstrate competence in systematic measurement and improvement in patient care. Participate in established Quality Improvement Projects – (ie structured QI projects that involve physician teams collaborating across practice sites and/or institutions to implement strategies carefully designed to improve care. Overseen by the American Board of Pediatrics
Eligibility Pediatrician in practice Lead physician, other physicians on core improvement team, AND other physicians in practice interested in participating (must meet the requirements outlined below). Participate in improvement project for 6 months; lead the implementation of core changes over the 6 months Attend at least 5 meetings at which Collaborative data are reviewed and plans for new improvement activities are made (for non-core improvement team physicians, can include local team meetings and/or monthly conference calls) Collect and submit data monthly on a subset of patients as defined by the project (first 10 charts of Medicaid, Medicaid health plan or KidCare patients seen in your practice) Review monthly feedback reports (run charts) Meet the ABP Minimum Standards for this project (see attached Q&A for more details) ABP Maintenance of Certification Part 4 Credit
Claiming Credit Lead physician sign a Local Leader Acknowledgment Form and return to AAP staff prior to leaving the Learning Session Lead physician share the ABP Q&A Document with other physicians in practice to assist in their decision to participate (Tab 8) Lead physician send Jill Healy (firstname.lastname@example.org) names of all participating physicians in your practice by September 30, email@example.com Complete and sign your Attestation Form (instructions included in your binder) at end of project – return to Jill Healy Lead physician “attest” for any participating physician in your practice (sign off on their form) Project leader “attest” for any lead physicians (sign off on your form) The information in the Attestation Form will be sent by AAP to the ABP The ABP will update your ABP Portfolio at www.abp.org indicating that credit has been earned toward MOC.www.abp.org Instructions will be sent near the end of the project.
Tab 8 ABP MOC Part 4 Q&A Standards for Physician Participation Instructions for Submitting Attestation Forms Sample Attestation Form Local Leader Instructions Local Leader Acknowledgment Forms available at registration desk – don’t forget to sign and give to AAP staff before leaving! ABP MOC Part 4 Resources