This presentation summarizes the Interagency Modeling and Analysis Group (IMAG) / Multiscale Modeling (MSM)'s Committee on Credible Practice in Modeling and Simulation in Healthcare's (CPMS) mid-term review of each MSM U01 project's progress toward fulfilling their Model Credibility plan. Generally, the model credibility reporting and update process utilized several pieces of information formatted to communicate to the uninformed reviewer/user an assessment of steps taken toward model credibility with respect to the intended use of each U01 model, as well as communicate where the more interested reviewer/user can go to find more information. The reviewers, consisting of the members of the CPMS Executive Committee, focused on the documentation and communication of each PI's credibility efforts and did not perform an assessment of the implemented credible practice given the evolving nature of the projects. In this inaugural activity, the CPMS members sought insight on how PIs may view the importance of communicating credibility, as well as how PIs interpret establishing evidence for credibility within the scope of CPMS Tens simple rules. To that end, reviewers provided feedback on documentation and communication adequacy, and, only in few rare cases, on the credible practice itself.