Everything you need to know about MOCA QI activities
MOCA Quality Improvement: What You Need to Know
Beginning in 2021, you can no longer report individual completed Quality Improvement (QI) activities. You now only attest to having completed activities. You will now attest to having completed a total of 25 points every five years in your ABA Go account.
- Attest to completing 25 points of QI activities by the end of Year 5 of your MOCA cycle.
- Attest to completing 25 points of QI activities by the end of Year 10 of your MOCA cycle.
Because quality improvement is a continuous process, we do not allow diplomates to receive credit for more than 25 points in one year. Therefore, you may not complete all 50 QI requirements in one year.
HOW DO I EARN QI POINTS?
Complete activities that demonstrate continuous improvement in your medical practice from the list of approved QI activities. Most activities are credited at one point per hour spent, though some activities receive more points per hour spent. If you have questions about whether an activity is eligible for credit, email us at email@example.com.
WILL MY QI ACTIVITIES BE AUDITED?
Yes, QI activities remain subject to audit following submission. We recommend you keep documentation of your completed activities in case you are audited. If you fail to respond to the audit email or email reminder within two weeks, we will remove 25 QI points from your record. The email will come from MOCA@theaba.org.