How do I receive MOC Part IV credit for my Quality Improvement Project?

Step 1
Use application template on this page to submit your project for approval

All MOC credit Application Forms must be submitted by September 30 of the current calendar year to be counted for credit in the same year. 

Project applications will be reviewed as they are received. If the project does not meet criteria for approval, you will be contacted for additional information. The approval process can take up to 4 weeks. 

Step 2
Once your project is approved, participating physicians can receive credit by submitting a project attestation form. Attestations must be submitted by October 28th of the current calendar year to be counted for credit in the same year. Generally, physicians have 2 years from approval date to submit their attestation forms. A list of each board’s credit designation can be found.

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Pam Welker
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Aurora, CO 80045

QI Project Application Form (MOC Part IV)

Use this form to submit your Quality Improvement project to the QPRB.  Once approved, your project will be submitted to the Multi-Specialty MOC Program (within ABMS) and the participating specialty boards.  Please only submit one form per project.  This form may also be used for the pre-approval of new QI efforts.

Opioid QI Project Template

For all QI Projects involving Opioids, please use this template to submit your project

COVID-19 QI Project Submission

Any and all QI efforts relating to COVID-19 should use this form to submit the project.  Projects can relate directly to treating COVID-19 patients or to projects involving efforts to adjust patient care as a result of COVID-19 (i.e. moving in person patient visits to telehealth).

Physician Attestation

All physicians, including project leaders, participating in any MOC Part IV project must submit a physician attestation to receive credit.  If approved, participation will be reported to the national Multi-Specialty MOC Program and the participating specialty boards or the NCCPA.  Participants must be part of an approved project and may submit an attestation at any time as long as the QI effort is ongoing.