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Understanding MOC Requirements
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NQF is a private sector standard-setting organization that is
comprised of a diverse group of healthcare stakeholders whose
efforts center on the evaluation and endorsement of standardized
performance measurement. Currently, NQF is the primary measure
endorser and these measures are commonly recognized throughout the
health-care industry to reflect a rigorous scientific and
evidence-based review. Organizations that have developed measures
submit them to NQF for consideration and NQF evaluates them based
on standards that determined through a formal consensus process
with input from a variety of stakeholders.
The goal of NQF endorsement is to show the measure is important
to measure and report, scientifically acceptable (reliable and
valid), usable and relevant, and feasible to collect. The following
documents are used in the NQF Consensus Development and the Measure
Evaluation and Endorsement Process:
ACP is a voting member organization of NQF and nominates
representatives to serve on the NQF Executive Board, Consensus
Standards Action Committee (CSAC), Health Professionals Council,
Measures Application Partnership, and steering committees related
to clinical topics in Internal Medicine.