Cardiology & Vermont CME Requirements
- Complete at least 1 MOC Activity every 2 years (counts towards 5 and 10 years marks)
By the end of year 5
- 100 MOC Points, 20 of which must be Medical Knowledge
By the end of year 10
- Additional 100 MOC Points, 20 of which must be Medical Knowledge
- Pass the MOC Exam
At a Glance
The American Board of Internal Medicine requires 1 MOC activity every 2 years (which counts towards the MOC points for the current 5-year period), 100 MOC Points every 5 years, and passing of the MOC Exam within 10 years of last passing the exam.
- 30 AMA PRA Category 1
- 1 Hospice, Palliative Care, or Pain Management
- 1 Safe and Effective Prescribing of Controlled Substances (Only physicians that prescribe substances)
At a Glance
30 total hours every 2 years
Every two years, the Vermont Board of Medical Practice requires 30 AMA PRA Category 1 hours.
Of these hours, 1 must be in hospice, palliative care, or pain management. Licensees that prescribe substances must also complete 1 hour on the topic of safe and effective prescribing of controlled substances.
- 12 Osteopathic-Related Subjects.
At a Glance
30 total hours every 1 year
The Vermont Board of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons requires 30 CME hours every two years, with a minimum of 12 applied to osteopathic medical education.
Prepare for the ABA and ABPM Pain Medicine Exams while completing 45 Pain Medicine specific Category 1 CME credits.
Palliative Care CME - $39
Earn up to 2 hours Palliative Care specific CME by completing a brief assessment.
Complete your CME requirements with the BoardVitals Cardiology CME online self-assessment program. Stay current while earning up to 65 CME credits and 65 ABIM MOC points simultaneously.
Earn up to 30 Category 1 Continuing Medical Education hours while answering Echocardiography Specific Questions. Each question includes an answer and detailed explanation. This question bank is a completely online activity.
Earn up to 40 Category 1 CME Hours and 40 Internal Medicine Specific MOC Points by completing the Internal Medicine Question Bank Activity. Learners can prepare for the maintenance of certification exam while completing CME and MOC requirements.
Continuing Education requirements change often. We monitor the boards regularly to stay current, but if any information appears out of date, contact us and let us know.