The American Board of Radiology's Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process is designed to facilitate and document the professional development of each diplomate through its focus on the essential elements of quality care. ASTRO offers numerous opportunities for physicians and physicists to satisfy their MOC requirements through in-person meetings and online educational offerings. Explore the tabs below to see how ASTRO can help you meet your individual MOC requirements.
Find answers to commonly asked questions about Maintenance of Certification.
CME is an educational tool designed to help keep physicians current with new technology and scientific advances and to continue efforts to increase accessibility to evolving evidence-based medicine.
Self-Assessment CMEs are educational activities that utilize instruction and self-administered examination to improve skills, knowledge, patient care and/or practice performance.
The ASTRO webinar program has been revitalized to better fit our member’s and resident’s needs. Participants can earn SA-CME or CME for attending webinars. Each live webinar will also be recorded and made available on ASTRO’s website on-demand.
Practice Quality Improvement (PQI) reflects evidence-based practice guidelines and focuses on practice improvement for physicians.
Participants of ASTRO's in-person meetings, online courses and webinars can easily transferred their CME and SA-CME credits from ASTRO to the ABR.
Do you have questions about ASTRO's MOC offerings?
Contact ASTRO's Education Department today to learn more.
Do you need to know more about your specific requirements or progress?Contact the American Board of Radiology's MOC Hotline at 520-519-2152 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about your specific requirements and current progress towards maintaining your certification.