ABMS Announces New Standards for Continuing Certification

The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Board of Directors approved new Standards for Continuing Certification at its October meeting last week. Continuing Certification used to be known as Maintenance of Certification.   For American Board of Radiology diplomates, almost all of the language in the new Standards is consistent with our existing programs. Specifically,…
The American Board of Radiology completed its second fully remote oral exam in Interventional Radiology/Diagnostic Radiology (IR/DR) on October 20, 2021, and announced the results to candidates today.   Overall, the exam was very successful. Although there were a few instances of technical difficulties, primarily related to candidate internet connections, nearly all candidates completed the…
Mike Ulissey, MD, earned certification in diagnostic radiology from the ABR in 1998. As a lifetime certificate holder, he doesn’t have to participate in Continuing Certification.   He has many reasons why he does anyway.   “I don’t think that you can say, ‘I’m 20 years into practice, and I’m just as good today as…
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