Keyword: American Board of Medical Specialties
Physicians certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine will soon have a new option that takes some of the pain out of MOC.
Most doctors have doubts about the value of maintenance of certification (MOC) programs, and they now have the chance to be heard.
A new study finds “insidious, persistent and sometimes blatant” discrimination experienced by physicians who are mothers.
Passing a maintenance of certification exam is associated with decreased state medical board disciplinary actions, according to a new study.
ABIM President and CEO Richard J. Baron, M.D., defends the maintenance of certification process but says changes are in the works.
The AMA is one of seven medical organizations now allied with the Human Diagnosis Project aimed at virtually connecting patients with specialists.
A new analysis suggests medical specialty boards are profiting by charging doctors high fees for certification exams.
One area where doctors have been able to get a consensus is their battle over Maintenance of Certification.
Take just a minute to consider all of the changes that have been thrown at physicians over the last few years. It’s no wonder that 81 percent of doctors report that maintenance of certification activities are a burden, find researchers.