Stay on Target with the MOC Dashboard

Online tool makes it easy to submit and track credits

Shepard R. Hurwitz, MD

These days, the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) no longer requires paper documentation of credits earned from continuing medical education (CME) or from scored and recorded self-assessment examinations (SAE) as part of its maintenance of certification (MOC) process. Instead, diplomates can use their MOC dashboard (Fig. 1), an online tool that not only streamlines the steps involved in submitting CME and SAE credits, but also makes it easy to track one’s individual progress throughout the MOC process.

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