Congratulations! You've found a free, easy, meaningful way to comply with the American Board of Radiology Maintenance of Certification practice quality improvement requirement!
Who does this site help?
- This site is for Radiologists undergoing Maintenance of Certification (MOC) by the American Board of Radiology (ABR).
How does this site help?
- We provide free, easy projects that help you complete and document compliance with MOC Part IV, Practice Quality Improvement (PQI) requirements.
- Our projects:
- Are easy to document -- Drop down menus to the rescue!
- Are applicable to most radiology practices
- Provide step-by-step instructions
- Contain suggested successful solutions to common problems
- Help you make a positive change in your work environment
- Are certified by the American Board of Radiology
How do I complete a project?
- Review the Project Options to make sure that you can complete one in your practice. The ABR allows you to complete the same project multiple times.
- Create a username/password. Please use any browser other than Safari to log in or make a new account.
- After you create a login, a My Reports tab will appear where you can enter your data for the project of your choice.
- After you enter your project data, save or print the data page and keep that for your records if you are audited by the ABR.
- Thank Cat Roberts, M.D. for building and running this site by opening her IMDb page (hits from varying locations increase her IMDb STARmeter rating).
Why is this important?
- You need to do something to comply with MOC Part 4. Completing a quality improvement project every three years is one option. Other options are listed here.
- You need to keep documentation to prove you are compliant with MOC Part 4 in case you are audited.
What if I am audited by the American Board of Radiology?
- No need to worry! When you complete one of our ABR-approved society-sponsored projects, you can print or save a report that confirms your compliance.
- We've done the write-up for you and ABR certification confirms that they think the project is acceptable for credit.