User-Friendly Recertification Health Assessment Project for Diverse Clinicians—easy-to-complete quality improvement activity to help clinicians improve health assessment documentation in medical records (electronic or paper-based). Download the User Guide and interactive PDF file to your own computer for data collection and processing. We encourage yet do not require clinicians to work together to design and discuss impact of the quality improvement intervention program (Select to access: Practices Can Help Clinicians Work Together to Complete Recertification Projects (PDF File - 2.6 MB).
- User Guide (PDF File - 1.37 MB)—provides navigation and submission instructions for clinicians to receive Board-specific recertification credit: MOC Part IV (ABP, ABIM, ABFM); PI-CME (PAs); and CE credit for related Webinar material (NPs).
- Interactive PDF (PDF File - 6.47 MB)—to be stored on clinician's own computer system to select appropriate certification Board(s) and complete data entry. Includes hyperlinked resources about health risk assessment, quality improvement cycles, evaluation metrics and methods, and practice approach to quality improvement.
- To use a screen reader application with this module, please change your Acrobat reading preferences under the Screen Reader Options to "Only read the currently visible pages." Then close and reopen the PDF; you do not have to download it again. Instructions on how to change the setting are in Accessing PDF Documents with Assistive Technology. If you have difficulty after changing your assistive technology settings or need help making the changes, contact our technical assistance number at 301-427-1600. Please specify the module you are trying to use and the nature of your concern.
- AANP-CE credit for nurse practitioners who complete the AHRQ-generated webinar, Implementing Health Assessments in Primary Care: A How-to Guide .
Practices Can Help Clinicians Work Together to Complete Recertification Projects (PDF File - 2.6 MB)—Diverse clinician groups—physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners—can work together in quality/practice improvement at the practice level to realize greater satisfaction and sustained impact of quality improvement pursuits. This document highlights potential synergy between organizations' current infrastructure and otherwise disparate clinicians' pursuit of recertification requirements.
Page last reviewed February 2016