There are many ways to present this subject, but we chose the way it needs to be followed in real time. First of all, one needs to identify the year that the current interventional certificate expires. The recertification process should begin at least 1 year in advance of the expiration of one's current interventional certificate. At that time, one would enroll in the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program through the board's website under “Maintenance of Certification Program.” Unlike initial certification, the board's focus is mostly in the home study and practice improvement modules. Simply speaking, for someone to qualify to schedule and sit for the secure final exam, a total of 100 points need to be accumulated from all the modules. We will review how this number can be achieved hereafter. However, it is important to point out that 100 points qualify the candidate for as many board examinations, not just 1 (i.e., after completion of 100 points from any valid source, one can schedule a recertification exam not only in interventional cardiology, but also in cardiovascular disease, and even internal medicine).