Maintenance of Certification

Children’s Hospital Boston American Board of Pediatrics Portfolio Sponsorship for NECCA Members


Children’s Hospital has received notification from the American Board of Pediatrics that physicians participating in SCAMPs development, implementation and evaluation will be eligible to receive MOC credit. Each QI project/SCAMP that is developed within NECCA/CHB could potentially be approved for Part IV MOC credit (each project would be worth 25 points). A physician can participate in more than 1 SCAMP.

Children’s Hospital has developed an internal approval process for QI projects seeking MOC Part IV credit as part of the MOC Portfolio Sponsorship Program.

To recieve MOC credit, the process has been changed recently. Please see the presentation given by Dr. David Fulton from the 2014 annual NECCA meeting on the member bulletin page (you must login to the site to be able to access). You must be a NECCA member in good standing to receive MOC credit.

To date, approved SCAMPs include chest pain (closed) and syncope (active). The borderline prolonged QT SCAMP will be launched shortly as of October, 2014.

A current NECCA membership is a pre-requisite for participation.

This presentation and all related MOC forms can be found on the BCH intranet under:
Medical Staff Services Department – MOC

Contact : Nancy Dunn, CPMSM
Director, Medical Staff Services
617-355-5171

For any questions, please contact David Brown, David Fulton, or Steve Colan.


If you would like to receive MOC credit for your SCAMPS participation, please complete the MOC attestation form and submit to Dr. Gerry Angoff for the chest pain SCAMP and Dr. Yvonne Paris for the Syncope SCAMP. This will then need to be submitted along with payment to Boston Children’s Hospital for filing.
MOC Attestation



Maintenance of Certification Links

Steve Colan’s Maintenance of Certification Presentation from the 2nd Annual Meeting

The American Board of Pediatrics


These letters focus on MOC and what will qualify for recertification.
Spring 2011 ABP Diplomate Newsletter

Fall 2011 ABP Diplomate Newsletter