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ABIM is actively monitoring news around COVID-19 and will post regular updates about any changes to scheduled assessments or other impacts to MOC related activities.
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Complete requirements by 12/31/2022 to avoid a change in certification status Expand/Collapse the ABIM alert.

After an extension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MOC requirement deadlines are resuming this year. This means you may have one or more MOC requirements due by 12/31/2022. If you do, your personalized Physician Portal will display red and yellow indicators next to the requirement(s) that need your attention. Be sure to complete any outstanding requirements before the end of year to avoid a change in your certification status.

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For Fellows

Thinking of specializing your practice? Learn how ABIM’s subspecialty certifications work and can benefit you and your patients.

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Taking your Boards

Staying current in medical knowledge is one of the most important things you'll do throughout your career. There's a lot of evidence for why this is important, both in foundational science and actual evidence, with data associated with patient care. Knowledge increases exponentially — what we know now will be dwarfed by what we know within just 10 years in the medical literature. Unfortunately, study after study has shown that our knowledge and skills decline over time, and unfortunately, self-assessment is very poor.

There's something called the Dunning-Kruger effect, which is a cognitive bias that leads us to believe we know more than we actually do. It’s important because the most competent people tend to underestimate their ability, but more importantly, unskilled people tend to overestimate their abilities.

That’s why it’s important to make sure you continue to learn and test yourself, even if you believe you’re at the top of your game.

  • Quarterly News and Notes | Fall 2021
    October 20, 2021  |  A Message from Yul D. Ejnes, MD, Chair, ABIM Board of Directors; MOC Update / LKA Enrollment; ABIM’S DEI Initiatives; Download the ABIM Portal App; Campaign Against COVID-19 Misinformation; New Fee Structure; Research Roundup
  • Voices That Transform: Sharing Knowledge
    July 30, 2021  |  Samir K. Nangia, MD, is board certified in both internal medicine and nephrology. He is Chief of Staff at Methodist Mansfield Hospital and member of the Corporate Medical Board and ACO Board of Directors at Methodist Health System in Dallas, Texas. He is a practicing nephrologist with Dallas Renal Group and serves on its Board of Directors.
  • Dr. Robert Roswell Discusses DEI and his Work with the ABIM DEI Committee
    June 18, 2021  |  Dr. Robert Roswell is Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell where he also serves as Associate Professor of Science Education & Cardiology. Board certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases, he is co-Director of the Cardiac ICU and the Associate Cardiology Fellowship Director at Northwell Health’s Lenox Hill Hospital.