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Multi-Specialty MOC Portfolio Program

 About the Portfolio Program        

The University of Kansas School of Medicine is an approved sponsor of the Multi-Specialty Portfolio ProgramTM (Portfolio Program), a service provided through the American Board of Medical Specialties® (ABMS), that works with all types of health care organizations to support and recognize the work physicians are already doing to improve their practices and the care of their patients. It offers an option for organizations to support physician involvement in quality, performance, and process improvement (QI/PI) initiatives at their institution and award physicians Improvement in Medical Practice (Part IV) credit for the ABMS Program for Maintenance of Certification (ABMS MOC®).

Click here to view a presentation outlining the KUMC Portfolio Program by Dr. Nancy Davis and Candice Reynolds

How the Portfolio Program benefits YOU as a KU affiliated physician or resident

  • Resource of ABMS Maintenance of Certification (MOC)
  • CME credit is available when activities are approved prior to the project start date
  • Participation comes at no cost to KU affiliated physicians or residents affiliated on the Kansas City, Wichita and Salina campuses
  • Reduces efforts associated with applying to multiple certifying boards for approval of one or more QI initiatives
  • Reporting to the certifying board is automatic (in most cases participants do not need to report to their board)
  • Some boards have additional requirements, learn about them here
  • Physicians can earn MOC Part IV credit for health care QI efforts within their own practice

Click here to see what Dr. Nancy Davis, MOC Portfolio Director at the University of Kansas School of Medicine about the benefits of the Portfolio Program 

Criteria for QI Initiatives

  • Address one or more of the six IOM Domains of Health Care Quality
  • Have specific, measurable, relevant and time-appropriate aim for improvement
  • Use appropriate, relevant and evidence based performance measures that include measurement related to patient care
  • Include appropriate interventions to be tested for improvement
  • Complete one or more improvement cycles (measure; intervention; re-measure)

Participation that counts for MOC credit

Portfolio Program sponsors create an environment where physician involvement in QI/PI and MOC is supported. As a sponsor we can help you earn MOC QI/PI credit for participating in approved initiatives that align with organizational priorities such as communication, efficiency, patient safety, and transition of care.

Currently participating in the Portfolio Program are the American Boards of CLICK HERE

Learn more about ABMS member board participation and recognition for MOC Part IV credit.



Last modified: Nov 03, 2020