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ACP offers a number of resources to help members make sense of the MOC requirements and earn points.
Understanding MOC Requirements
Earn MOC points
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
Prepare for the Certification and Maintenance of Certification (MOC)
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Physicians trained in specialties other than internal medicine
may now join ACP as Physician Affiliate members. In the past, the
College received requests for membership from physicians who did
not meet the requirements of full Membership. These physicians
often worked alongside ACP members in their practices, and were
exposed to the valuable benefits and resources that the College
offered. Until now, the College followed a rigorous review/approval
process for these applicants. If elected, they were afforded the
same rights and privileges as full Members.
In the spirit of supporting a patient-centered care delivery
system based on a team-based environment, the ACP Board of Regents
determined that the College should expand its eligibility for
membership, while still maintaining its mission and focus on
internal medicine. With that in mind, Physician Affiliate
membership was approved.
Eligibility includes graduation from a medical school found in
the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) maintained by
the Foundation for Advancement of Medical Education and Research
(FAIMER), and holding a current medical license to practice in
their field. No applicant will be accepted as a Physician Affiliate
member who has trained in, or who is practicing in, internal
ACP Physician Affiliate members have access to most of the
benefits provided to full Members. They are excluded from voting,
holding office, or attaining Fellowship in the College.
Dues for Physician Affiliates are the same as full Members.
Outside of the US, Physician Affiliates may only apply for the
online Membership option.
To learn more, or to share this opportunity with non-internal
medicine physicians in your office, visit www.acponline.org/join.