Tag Archive: What we are hearing

Midwestern Physicians Meet with ABIM in Chicago

Staff and leadership from the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) continue to travel the country to connect with physicians where they live and work to ensure that they have an open dialogue with ABIM. On August 26, nearly 30… (READ MORE)

Rural Physicians Share what MOC Means to Them

In June, ABIM staff traveled to Montana and Wyoming to understand the unique challenges physicians face in rural practice. During our trip, we met with physicians from Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Sheridan, Wyoming, and Montana’s Bozeman Deaconess Hospital and Billings Clinic…. (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)

Internal Medicine Residents Certified By ABIM Have Fewer Disciplinary Issues through Their Careers

Researchers from the Federation of State Medical Boards and University of California, San Francisco recently collaborated with the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) to examine career paths of internal medicine residents and, last month, Academic Medicine featured our findings… (READ MORE)

Community Feedback Drives Redesign of ABIM’s FasTrack® Trainee Evaluation System

More than 4,000 internal medicine program directors and coordinators submit nearly 40,000 trainee evaluations to ABIM each year through FasTrack, a clinical competence evaluation system. These evaluations indicate which residents and fellows are meeting the competency requirements necessary to demonstrate… (READ MORE)