Engaging in lifelong learning by maintaining certification has been a required method to confirm medical competence since 1933 through the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). Established by the American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians in 1936, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) is one of 24 ABMS certifying member boards….
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Content from ACR Convergence 2020, including scientific sessions, posters, exhibits, and community hubs, is available to All-Access Pass and COVID-19 Pass participants to view and access on-demand through March 11, 2021. View sessions you missed and related Q&As with the speakers, read and catch up on posters, interact with exhibits and industry events, and view…
The ACR offers resources, tools to help rheumatologists navigate MOC process, earn points
Conference to showcase clinical, basic science of rheumatologic care; advances in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases and comorbidities
Tips for meeting the American Board of Internal Medicine’s certification and maintenance of certification requirements for 2014
CME, recertification—what really gets quality results?
AIM:RA is a web-based self-evaluation of practice performance tool designed to guide a physician through medical-chart data abstraction using a series of questions related directly to evidence-based quality indicators.
Plan to join us for the premier rheumatology meeting this year in Washington, D.C., November 9–14.
I certainly am relieved to know that I will never need to recertify with the American Board of Internal Medicine Maintenance of Certification, but this feeling is shadowed by a deep sense of shame. I decided to step up and take advantage of all the wonderful recertification programs the ACR has to offer.
If you are holding a time-limited certificate with the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), you need to participate in and complete their Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program every 10 years.