Let us help you complete your CME requirements with these engaging CME courses, board reviews, and other activities by top-rated medical education providers. The American Board of Internal Medicine requires Hospitalists to complete at least 1 MOC activity every two years and 100 MOC points (20 of which must be medical knowledge) every five years to meet their Maintenance Of Certification (MOC) requirements. With our interactive and easy-to-use CME activites, you will be able to meet you CME requirements with ease while concurrently broadening your overall knowledge to improve patient care and safety.
How many CME credits are Hospitalists required to earn?
Hospitalists must earn a specific number of CME credits every year depending on which state medical board they are licensed by. View your state’s CME requirements guide to find out exactly how many credits you need to earn to maintain your medical license.
How many MOC points must Hospitalists earn to maintain their board certification by ABIM?
Hospitalists must complete at least 1 MOC activity every two years and earn 200 MOC points every 10 years to meet the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)’s Maintenance of Certification requirements. Additionally, at least 40 of the 200 MOC points must be in medical knowledge.
Can you earn Hospital Medicine CME credits for free?
ScientiaCME’s free online courses will help Hospitalists earn CME credits and meet their requirements for free. They cover many topics relevant to Hospital Medicine including Critical Care Medicine, Medication Safety, and Infectious Disease.