Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program

Overview about the MOC Program

Participation in the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program is now required for most pediatricians by the American Board of Pediatrics. However, provider participation does not need to be expensive, burdensome, or complicated. Children’s National Health Network (CNHN) has developed a practice-based model with Quality Improvement coaching support to help you meet your MOC QI requirement and to improve clinical care regionally.

CNHN is currently a Portfolio Sponsor for The American Board of Pediatrics Quality Improvement Projects Maintenance of Certification program.

Past Projects

Past Projects

Asthma QI Learning Collaborative

(October 2012- June 2013)

Project Aim: During our learning collaborative, participating pediatricians will improve their office management of childhood asthma, achieving the following measures for 90%* of office asthma visits:

  • Asthma identification, severity classification and assessment of control
  • Assessment and counseling of asthma triggers
  • Asthma controller therapy for persistent asthma
  • Written asthma action plan
  • Scheduled follow-up asthma visits

*QI project measures & aims will be finalized based on benchmark practice chart audits

Alternate: 20% improvement from baseline

October 3, 2012
Asthma Kick-off
Asthma QI 101

November 7, 2012
The Planned Asthma Visit

December 19, 2012
Practical Asthma Education Part 1
Practical Asthma Education Part 2

January 29, 2013
Advanced Asthma Management

March 7, 2013
Breathing Easy: Environmental Management of Asthma

April 3, 2013
Take a Deep Breath: Coding for a Better Asthma Care & Reimbursement

May 14, 2013
Pulling it all Together

Childhood Obesity QI Learning Collaborative

(November 2011- June 2012)

Project Aim: During our learning collaborative, participating practice pediatricians will improve their office identification and management of childhood obesity at well-child visits, as measured by:

  • Improvement in BMI percentile calculations (from baseline to 90 percent of visits)
  • Improvement in appropriate nutritional and activity counseling (from baseline to 90 percent)
  • Improvement in follow-up management of high risk patients (by 20 percent from baseline)

November 2,2011
Introduction to Pediatric Obesity
Obesity QI 101

January 25, 2012
Practical Nutritional Counseling at Well Child Visits

February 29, 2012
Advanced Management of Pediatric Obesity

June 1, 2013
Coding to Improve Obesity Care & Reimbursement in Primary Care

June 20, 2012
Practical Activity Counseling

Future Projects

Future Projects

Contact Information

Tamara John
Program Coordinator