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About the CAP Competency Model

The College of American Pathologists (CAP) is expanding its Competency Model for Pathologists. We worked with the ABMS definitions of the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) competency categories to make them pathology specific, and we identified specific competencies for each MOC category. This model serves as a guide for pathologists in planning CME, career planning, meeting MOC requirements, preparing for board recertification, practice re-tooling, and/or targeting performance improvement.

Competency Model Structure

The CAP Competency Model organizes the six MOC categories into two main categories: Medical Knowledge/Patient Care and Technical/Non-Technical. This organizational approach makes it easy to identify medical competency areas from other critical competencies such as business acumen, people management, and communication skills.

Each competency is organized into a hierarchical structure. The page begins with the ABMS MOC competency category name and definition. That is followed by the CAP competency name, competency definition, sub-competencies (if applicable), competency areas and knowledge and skill statements.


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