Enrollment form must be postmarked by Saturday, July 29, 2017.
The MOC Program is a requirement of Time-Limited Certificate holders, through which re-credentialing is accomplished. The ABPM MOC Program provides diplomates with a self-study, self-assessment, patient and peer evaluation process to improve and maintain clinical knowledge and skills in delivering quality patient care. The MOC Program is designed to facilitate constant improvement in podiatric physicians' abilities, knowledge and skills in the rapidly growing and complex field of podiatric medicine. Through the MOC Program, diplomates are asked to demonstrate and improve their abilities to provide high-quality clinical outcomes for their patients through a responsive, patient-focused, medically current setting.
Instructions for MOC case documentation
Follow the guidelines for case submission Guide to Preparation of Cases
Please select 3 cases: ABPM Description of Categories
Each case must have a completed Clinical Summary form provided by ABPM MOC Patient Clinical Summary
If a submitted case has a biomechanical examination, please complete the ABPM Biomechanical Exam Form
In preparing your own CD or Flashdrive, please use the following conventions for naming file folders on it:
Place your documentation, by type, into one of the above-listed folders. Note: If you do not have a document of the type listed above, do not create that folder on the CD.
Documentation filenames should include the initials of the patient and should be of the filetype: pdf or jpg, since these are universally viewable. Click here to view some Sample Case Files.
All CDs (or flashdrives) must be postmarked by October 2, 2017. Send to:
3812 Sepulveda Blvd, Suite #530
Torrance, California 90505