Opportunities and New Ways to Approach MOC Exam

Spring 2017 update: Tentative timeline for open-book and options you requested

ABIM continues our work to provide you more choice, relevance and convenience. In addition to introducing the new option for maintaining certification—the two-year ABIM Knowledge Check-In you can take in your home or office—in Internal Medicine and Nephrology, we are… (READ MORE)

Make your opinion count: Take survey about new MOC assessment

The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) is continuing to engage physicians to build a new Maintenance of Certification (MOC) assessment pathway that adheres to the high standards of certification, while meeting additional needs of the physician community and the… (READ MORE)

Coming Soon: Alternative MOC Assessment Pathway Survey

In early September, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) will email all ABIM Board Certified physicians a link to participate in a survey about an alternative Maintenance of Certification (MOC) assessment pathway. This will be your opportunity to tell us… (READ MORE)

Infographic: Changes Already Implemented and Changes In Progress

ABIM is committed to listening and engaging with physicians and others in the internal medicine community about how we can improve our programs. Check out the progress we have made and the further action we are planning based on the… (READ MORE)

[VIDEO] ABIM Announces Plans to Offer Options for MOC Assessment that Reflect Physician Input

  The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) today announced plans to begin offering a new Maintenance of Certification (MOC) assessment option in January 2018. ABIM’s current 10-year exam will remain available as a second assessment option, and both options… (READ MORE)

Survey on MOC Assessment Ideas: Key Findings from Representative Sample

Today the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) announced findings from our recent survey of all ABIM Board Certified physicians about Maintenance of Certification (MOC) and potential changes to the current assessment. More than 9,200 physicians responded to the survey… (READ MORE)