Maintenance of Certification

The American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program requirements:

 - Earn points every 2 years by completing and activity that offers MOC points
 - Earn. 100 points every 5 years
 - Pass an assessment to stay certify, this can be the traditional 10-year exam, the 2-year knowledge check-in exam or the collaborative maintenance pathway

The ABIM is actively monitoring the ongoing spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and will post regular updates,including any changes to scheduled assessments, for more information please visit:
Check your current MOC status by logging in to or call ABIM’s Diplomate Services at 1-800-441-ABIM (2246) or email at
MOC Part II Offerings  

The ACCME and the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) are now partnering to expand options for physicians seeking MOC points, as a result, ASNC will be offering dual CME credits and MOC points for activities in its educational portfolio. See below a list of activities that will be offering ABIM MOC points.

ASNC2021, September 30- October 3, 2021
All registered attendees will be able to complete an evaluation to claim CME/CE/MOC or obtain a certificate of attendance. 

2021 Board Prep Course, September 29-30, 2021
All participants to the course will be able to complete an evaluation and claim  CME/MOC for the course.

2021 Board Prep Course On Demand
Participants of the 2021 BPC Meeting on demand will be able to claim CME/MOC credits.

Self Assessment Modules - 2nd Edition & 3rd Edition

Visit our ASNC Learning Center to access the modules 
ABIM diplomats completing the second edition of the NCKSAP modules will be able to claim CME and MOC points in the Learning Center. We have eight self-assessment modules on Myocardial Viability, Nuclear Cardiology Tests & Procedures/Protocols, General Cardiology as it Relates to Image Interpretation, Radiopharmaceuticals, Risk Stratification, Radiation Safety and Ventricular Function offering a total of 5 MOC points and 5 CME credits per module.

2019 ASNC MOC Module 3

Visit our ASNC Learning Center to access the module
The 2019 American Society of Nuclear Cardiology MOC Module 3 is available in an online format and consists of 30 case-based peer reviewed multiple-choice questions. These questions test medical knowledge, best practices, and diagnostic and clinical judgment skills in nuclear cardiology. Each question includes an answer explanation and rationale describing the basis for the correct answer, as well as a learning objective(s), and associated references. Activity participants will receive 8 ABIM MOC points in the pursuit of lifelong learning and self-assessment, and are eligible to receive up to 8 CME credits. This module expires February 17, 2022.

For additional ABIM MOC approved activities, please visit here, it lists more than 300 ABIM approved activities in the new partnership with ACCME and the number will continue to grow.

Maintenance of Certification for Technologists

The Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) offers a specialty examination in nuclear cardiology. In addition to having active NMTCB, ARRT(N), or CAMRT Nuclear Medicine Certification, candidates must document a minimum of 700 hours of clinical experience performing all aspects of nuclear cardiology imaging. Supervision must be performed by a board certified cardiologist, nuclear medicine physician, or radiologist, OR direct supervision must be performed by a certified NMTCB, ARRT(N), or CAMRT nuclear medicine technologist. The NCT specialty certification is a time-limited credential that will last seven (7) years from the date of certification. After seven years, the specialty certificant has the option to recertify through either (1) re-examination OR (2) by displaying 42 hours of specialty-specific continuing education for each year of certification. For more information about NMTCB’s specialty exam in Nuclear Cardiology Technology please visit

Annual ASNC CE Offerings That Count for MOC

ASNC2021, September 30- October 3, 2021

Technologists attending the 2021 Annual Scientific Session can use their CE credits towards the 7 years/42 hours of nuclear cardiology CE.