As a Portfolio Sponsor, the Academy reviews and approves its own projects for Part 2 and Part 4 MOC credit. Projects are typically housed under the EQIPP and QuINN programs.
Stop Look Listen: Separating Fact & Fiction in Child Abuse - MOC Component
A member benefit! Education in Quality Improvement for Pediatric Practices is a unique online learning program that weaves improvement principles and concepts with pediatric-specific clinical content to improve children’s health outcomes. EQIPP courses are designed to help you identify and close the gaps in your practice using practical tools. With these online courses, you can learn to document improved quality care on a continuous basis, earn CME credit, and meet MOC Part 4: Performance in Practice requirements all at once.
The AAP Quality Improvement Innovation Networks (QuIIN) is home to multiple pediatric quality improvement networks designed to improve care for children and their families in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.