The following linked PDFs have information on Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements, as well as screen shots of how to Login to the website, update your profile or add locations, enter your CME information, and pay the annual MOC fee.
For a general MOC program overview, please refer to this October 2011 newsletter article. However, the Self-Assessment Module (SAM) portion of the requirements were retroactively removed from the MOC program in November 2015.
For the policy on what is recognized as CME by the ABVLM, please see Recognition of CME Credits. CME education claimed for Maintenance of Certification should be in the area of venous and lymphatic medicine (however, up to 5 hours of the 30 hours triennially can be general, non-specialty specific CME such as: Patient Safety, Risk Management, Patient Communications, etc.).