ABMS Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program Adds Winthrop University Hospital
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ABMS Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program Adds Winthrop University Hospital

ABMS today announced that the Winthrop-University Hospital has joined the ABMS Multi- Specialty Portfolio Program. WUH physicians who are Board Certified by one of the 21 ABMS Member Boards participating in the Portfolio Program may now obtain ABMS Maintenance of Certification credit for participation in organizational quality improvement initiatives.

Dr. George Wendel on ABOG's MOC Pilot
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Dr. George Wendel on ABOG's MOC Pilot

Dr. George Wendel, Jr., Executive Director of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, talks about changes in its Maintenance of Certification program and how they benefit physician assessment.

ABMS Statement on the ACGME Revised Common Program Requirements
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ABMS Statement on the ACGME Revised Common Program Requirements

ABMS recognizes and commends the ACGME for its work in creating and issuing the approved revisions to Section VI of its Common Program Requirements. ABMS endorses the new requirements as they go beyond a singular focus on clinical and educational work hours, and address other essential components necessary for training our country’s next generation of physicians.

ABMS Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program Adds the American College of Cardiology
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ABMS Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program Adds the American College of Cardiology

ABMS has announced that the American College of Cardiology has joined ABMS’ Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program. Under the program, ACC members who are Board Certified by one of the 21 of 24 ABMS Member Boards participating in the Portfolio Program can now earn Maintenance of Certification Improvement in Medical Practice (Part IV) credit for their involvement in selected ACC improvement activities.

Taking Physician Performance Measures to the Next Level
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Taking Physician Performance Measures to the Next Level

Meaningfully using health care data requires a more robust infrastructure than what currently exists to leverage clinical data and support population-based payment models, according to speakers at a session entitled What We Know, Don’t Know, and Need to Learn About Measuring Physician Performance at the 2016 Organizational QI Forum.