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Tmoc Re-Entry Program

Re-Entry to Tmoc after December 15, 2016

  • Diplomates who do not register for the annual Tmoc requirements by December 15, 2016 will no longer be certified by ABAM. These diplomates may re-enter the Tmoc process and regain active ABAM certification as follows:  payment of  a $250 administrative re-entry fee and registration for the 2017 Tmoc cycle.  Like other boards, ABAM is implementing this re-entry process as a way to allow diplomates an opportunity to re-enroll in Tmoc and active certification status if they have missed the deadline and wish to regain diplomate status.
  • Below are the Requirements:

All Diplomates:  Log into the portal, pay re-entry fee and 2017 Tmoc cycle fee and add medical license information

Time -Limited Diplomates, 2017 Requirements

Complete a  total of 26 CME credits will be due on an annual basis

  • 9 Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs)
  • 17 AMA PRA Category 1™ Addiction CME

Not-Time-Limited Diplomates, 2017

Completion on the portal or the form that will be available here on December 16, 2016 to    complete this section: Part I: Licensure and Verification

 

ABAM offers a Transitional Maintenance of Certification program for its current diplomates and a public listing of physicians who hold active ABAM certification status. In March, 2016 the American Board of Medical Specialties formally recognized addiction medicine as a multi-specialty subspecialty. Future certification examinations in addiction medicine will be administered by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.