American Board of Pediatrics

Client Profile

Delivering maintenance of certification activities that are more convenient for doctors with demanding schedules.

Since its founding in 1933, the American Board of Pediatrics has used innovation and technology to advance its the examining and awarding of certification to physicians who have superior knowledge in the field of the diseases of childhood.

Over the past ten years, d’Vinci and ABP have partnered to created a series of online platforms and assessment tools designed to enable board certified pediatricians to more easily maintain certification through online activities. These tools guide physician through the quality improvement process required to earn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) and Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit.



Collaboration and Tracking for Quality Improvement Projects

The American Board of Pediatrics and The American Board of Family Medicine wanted to streamline the Maintenance of Certification Credit (MOC) approval process. d’Vinci develops and supports MOCAM, a web-based, software application for medical boards, hospitals and others responsible for MOC management. MOCAM includes robust reporting, tracking and collaboration tools for quality improvement and educational activities. 

Question of the Week

Putting Relevant Case Studies in Hands of Physicians

ABP wanted an MOC activity that was more convenient and flexible with the demanding schedules of doctors. d’Vinci developed this self-assessment activity as a subscription learning application. Registered users review a case, abstract and commentary and respond to questions each week in order to earn MOC credit. The activity includes a collaboration forum and is accessible across mobile devices.

Decision Skills Self Assessment

Using Patient Case Studies to Make Quality Decisions

The ABP wanted a new approach for this module. d’Vinci reimagined the activity whereby physicians select and review real-world case studies and medical records. Next, they read questions and choose the most likely diagnosis. Once completed, physicians can check their answers and decision-making process. The activity enables ABP administrators to easily modify and add content and run reports.

Vision Screening Perf. Improvement Module

Tracking Quality in Diagnosing Vision Problems 

ABP wanted a new PIM that focuses on quality improvement in screening young patients for vision problems. d’Vinci developed the PIM so pediatricians can collect data from their practices to self-evaluate, set goals, and measure success. The PIM guides the physician through the quality improvement process required to earn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) and Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit. 


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