Let NeuroPI℠ Help with Your End-of-year CME Requirements

October 14, 2011

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Looking to fulfill the Performance in Practice (PIP) component—and complete your end-of-year CME credits—for your ABPN-required maintenance of certification (MOC)? NeuroPI℠, the AAN's new online performance improvement program, offers 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ per module!

Available for both Epilepsy and Parkinson's disease, the clinically relevant, online learner-driven program is a convenient and accessible way to fulfill your PIP and end-of-year CME requirements at an excellent value—$199 per module for AAN members ($699 for nonmembers) averages out to only $9.95 per CME credit!

In addition, NeuroPI:

  • Helps demonstrate the profession’s core competencies
  • Includes clinical tools for patient-centered approach to care
  • Offers bonus Feedback Module resources to complete both projects concurrently
  • Provides the tools you need for effective improvement over your lifetime of learning

Order NeuroPI today. And look for the new Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Falls modules coming soon!

Keep Track of Your End-of-year CME and Other MOC Activities

Wondering if you need to complete your CME credit requirements before the year is out—and how many credits you need to complete? The new Learning Across Your Lifetime Experience on AAN.com takes the guess work out of which AAN tools and resources are most applicable to your individual needs—and when you need them most. As part of the experience, the former My CME Transcript has also been enhanced with added features and is now NeuroTracker. This exclusive, member-only tool is a convenient one-stop shop for quickly and easily tracking both AAN and non-AAN MOC activities: CME credits, performance in practice progress, and self-assessment activities. To begin seeing your recommendations on the AAN.com homepage, first sign in using your member ID and password, then update your profile to experience the most accurate product suggestions.

What Is PIP and How Does It Relate to MOC?

Maintenance of certification (MOC) is mandated by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). Performance in practice (PIP), the fourth component of MOC, is a two-part quality improvement program for clinicians to evaluate whether they have shown practice improvement over the 10-year MOC cycle. The process can take up to two years to complete. Learn more: