- Part I Licensure and Professional Standing: Hold a valid, unrestricted medical license
- Part II Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment: Educational and self-assessment programs determined by your Member Board
- Part III Cognitive Expertise: Demonstrate your specialty-specific skills and knowledge
- Part IV Practice Performance Assessment: Demonstrate your use of best evidence and practices compared to peers and national benchmarks
The American College of Cardiology Foundation has put together a nice MOC Part IV Activity Decision Tree. You'll notice that if you're not currently engaged in direct patient care, you may contact ABIM to see if you are entitled to a waiver for Part IV.