Boards, Societies Fill Complementary Roles when Serving Professions

People who work or volunteer for the American Board of Radiology (ABR) do so to serve the profession and the public. Our mission is to certify that radiologists demonstrate the knowledge, skill, and understanding of their disciplines to better serve patients.   We are a non-profit organization that was established in 1934 and is one…
Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), the flexible new way to satisfy Part 3 of MOC, is underway for for diagnostic radiology (DR) diplomates and diagnostic radiology subspecialties. OLA took approximately three years to develop and was continuously tested by ABR staff and users, including more than 1,200 volunteers from the field who took part in the…
Some of our diplomates recently received a billing statement from a non-existent organization called Radiology Registration Certification.
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