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By N. Reed Dunnick, MD, ABR Associate Executive Director for Diagnostic Radiology Medical professional board certification is well recognized by healthcare providers, regulators, physicians, and patients as an important indication of quality. The time spent studying and preparing to take certifying exams makes us better radiologists. Over time, however, initial board certification becomes less relevant;…
By Brent Wagner, MD, MBA, ABR Executive Director, and John Kaufman, MD, MS, ABR Secretary-Treasurer ABR staff and board members are frequently asked about the organization’s finances. The ABR is designated by the IRS as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization, which means that no part of the earnings may inure to the benefit of any private…
Compiling ABR exams and assessments and conducting oral exams takes a legion of subject-matter volunteers. There are approximately 1,200 who work in mostly small groups to ensure that initial certification and maintenance of certification processes are fair and relevant. One interested diplomate, Arjit Baghwala, MS, is excited to join a team when the need arises….
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