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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
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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ACP recognizes that members may have special circumstances that require a reduction in dues. Below are circumstances under which a member may request a dues adjustment. Members wishing to receive one of these dues adjustments should contact ACP Member and Customer Service at (800) 523-1546, ext. 2600, direct at 215-351-2600, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACP member couples have the option of waiving one set of print publications and receiving a dues reduction. Please note, this offer is only available to couples that pay the full dues rate of $540. The member whose subscription is waived will be billed the appropriate discounted rate. Members who take advantage of the couple's national dues discount will each be billed the full amount of chapter dues. The adjustment will be in effect on a permanent basis or until the couple notifies Member and Customer Service that they are no longer a couple.
ACP Members meeting the following criteria are eligible for Emeritus membership status and a 50 percent reduction in membership dues:
Emeritus Members continue to have access to all benefits of ACP membership.
If you are a full dues paying member of ACP and one of the following organizations, you are eligible for a 10% discount off of the dues you owe to both organizations at renewal. The discount is automatic at your first renewal providing your dues were paid in full the previous year for both organizations. The discount with each organization will be highlighted on your dues notice.
ACP members who work part-time (20-hours or fewer a week) or who are unemployed are eligible for a temporary dues reduction. Members paying this rate still have access to all of the benefits of membership, including print publications. For the current membership year, the dues rate for part-time or unemployed members is $235. Members receiving this rate will be asked to pay voluntary dues to their local ACP chapter. This rate is renewable each year and you will be contacted January of each year to update your status for the next membership year.
Members may request a dues adjustment if they are experiencing a temporary, yet significant financial setback, or if they have made a career change that temporarily affects their ability to pay membership dues. This option is limited to two or fewer years. The financial hardship rate is $235 for the current year and includes print publications. Members must submit a Dues Adjustment Request form or a letter describing the situation. With the waiver, members will not have to pay national dues, but they will not receive print publications of the College. Members can download the Table of Contents of the Annals of Internal Medicine and have access to the abstracts of key articles right away. Members will also have access to the entire journal six months after publication. Members receiving this rate will be asked to pay voluntary dues to their local ACP chapter.
Members who have a medical condition that seriously interferes with their ability to practice medicine and/or earn income may request an adjustment in dues. The adjustment can either be in the form of a reduction or waiver. Members may be asked to send in a letter from their physician confirming the severity of their disability. Members must submit a Dues Adjustment Request form or a letter describing their disability annually.