Safety Certification in Outpatient Practice Excellence for Women's Health (SCOPE)
SCOPE is a voluntary, comprehensive patient safety review program for medical offices that provide obstetric and gynecologic services.
SCOPE for Women's Health
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SCOPE helps obstetrician–gynecologists assess the implementation and use of patient safety concepts and techniques, while distinguishing those offices with strong patient safety practices. The certification provides education and assistance after identifying office processes requiring improvement.
It is important to note that SCOPE focuses solely on processes associated with enhancing the safety environment and reducing risk for patients in the office setting. SCOPE does not evaluate the quality of clinical care provided by the office.
SCOPE Is a Recognized MIPS Performance Improvement Activity
Obstetrician–gynecologists who participate in the MIPS program, achieve SCOPE certification, and receive Part IV MOC credits are able to report SCOPE certification as a completed MIPS Improvement Activity.Learn More
Meet ABOG MOC Part IV Requirements with SCOPE
Obstetrician–gynecologists who participate in SCOPE and achieve SCOPE certification for their offices are eligible to receive ABOG Improvement in Medical Practice (Part IV) MOC credits. These MOC credits will be valid for the duration of the three-year SCOPE certification period.
Contact SCOPE staff directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 266-8043 to learn how to apply your SCOPE certification toward MOC Part IV credit.Learn More