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ABEM MOCP Annual Recording Fees Due by Dec. 31

12/29/2015
 
If you are enrolled in the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine’s (ABEM) Maintenance of Certification Program (MOCP), your deadline for submitting your annual CME recording fee ($30) and form is December 31, 2015, to avoid a late fee.

All participating Diplomates are required to record non-AANEM Category 1 CME hours annually and submit the $30 annual recording fee, even if no hours were earned during the recording period. The recording period is a calendar year, with the forms due by December 31. Forms for 2015 received after December 31, 2015, will be assessed a $25 late fee. 
 
New Feature!  If you would like to pay your 2015 Annual Recording Fee online via credit card, go here. After payment, you will receive an automated e-mail with a link to record CME for 2015.  
 
If you have any payments/recordings prior to 2015 that you would like to catch up on, please print out this form to record and/or pay your annual recording fee(s). You can send this form by mail, email, or fax. To record prior years, please feel free to submit one form, not one for each year. Any recording fees received on or after January 1, 2016, will be considered late. Please note: At this time, the only year you can record online is your 2015 Annual Recording Fee.
 
If you need assistance to determine which years you need to record, please contact the ABEM office at abem@abemexam.org or (507) 288-0100, as we unfortunately do not currently have a way for you to check online. 
 
With an expected influx in recordings, please be aware that it may take some time for staff to get back to you. Please know that as long as we have heard from you prior to December 31, 2015, you will not have to worry about any late fees. 
 


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