Nephrology & Indiana CME Requirements

American Board of Internal Medicine

At a Glance

100 total hours every 1 years

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
Pass the MOC Exam
Additional 100 MOC Points, 20 of which must be Medical Knowledge

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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Medical Licensing Board of Indiana

At a Glance

Practitioners who apply for registration or re-registration for controlled substances must have completed 2 hours of continuing education during the previous two years addressing the topic of opioid prescribing and opioid abuse

The Medical Licensing Board of Indiana does not require any CME hours. Beginning July 1, 2019, each physician or osteopathic physician renewing their controlled substances registration will need to have completed two (2) hours of continuing education in the topic of opioid prescribing and opioid abuse.

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Resources

In this online self-assessment activity, you'll test your knowledge with more than 550 Nephrology case-style review questions and earn CME credits as you go. Review your responses with detailed, evidence-based rationales with references and earn up to 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to meet your career 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 We monitor the boards regularly to stay current, but if any information appears out of date, contact us and let us know.

Nephrology CME

In this online self-assessment activity, you'll test your knowledge with more than 550 Nephrology case-style review questions and earn CME credits as you go. Review your responses with detailed, evidence-based rationales with references and earn up to 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to meet your career requirements. Learn more.