The American Board of Internal Medicine recently revised their Medical Knowledge Assessment Program Guide to reduce the number of annual audits of CME activities entered into PARS each year, in addition to including examples of approaches providers can use to evaluate the impact of their activities on learners’ knowledge, strategies, skills, performance, and/or patient outcomes, and adds detail to the description of peer review (see ABIM4 in the Program Guide).
Continuing Medical Education organizations can now explore participation in the ABMS Multi-Specialty Portfolio Program™ as part of a new, one-year pilot. The pilot allows these organizations to offer their physicians one-year access to Portfolio Program benefits without committing to becoming full participating sponsors.
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