Critical Care & North Carolina CME Requirements

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

      • At a Glance

      • 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

      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.

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  • North Carolina Medical Board

      • At a Glance

        60 total hours every 3 years

      • 60 Category 1 Credits in Area of Practice.
      • 3 Controlled Substances.

      The North Carolina Medical Board requires 60 Category 1 CME credits in topics relevant to their area of practice. Those holding a residency training license are exempt from this requirement. Physicians are not required to report any Category 2 CME. As of July 1, 2017, every physician who prescribes controlled substances (except those holding a residency training license), shall complete at least three hours of Controlled Substances CME in addition to the 60 Category 1 CME credits.

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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 We monitor the boards regularly to stay current, but if any information appears out of date, contact us and let us know.