ABMS Board Certification Report (2019-2020)

3y ago
64 Views
2 Downloads
2.92 MB
60 Pages
Last View : 17d ago
Last Download : 6m ago
Upload by : Warren Adams
Transcription

ABMS BOARDCERTIFICATIONREPORT2019–2020

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsResources andContact InformationContentsOverview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2Number of Certificates Issued and Physicians Certified by ABMS Member BoardsABMS Board Certification Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3Table 3A: New Specialty CertificatesIssued by ABMS Member Boards 2010–2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29ABMS Programs and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Table 3B: New Subspecialty CertificatesIssued by ABMS Member Boards 2010–2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31ABMS Approved CertificationsTable 3C: ABMS Board Certified Physicians by Member Board and State . . . . . . 36Table 1A: Approved Specialty Certificates by ABMS Member Board . . . . . . . . 6Resources and Contact InformationTable 1B: Approved Subspecialty Certificates by ABMS Member Board . . . . . . . 7The Member Boards and Associate Members of ABMS . . . . . . . . . . . .Footnotes to Table 1A and 1B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Resources from the ABMS Community . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57Table 1C: Approved Focused Practice Designations by ABMS Member Board . . . . 12ABMS Member Board Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58The Importance and Value of Board Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .456Requirements for Initial and Continuing CertificationTable 2A: ABMS Member Board Requirementsfor Initial Certification in a Specialty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Table 2B: ABMS Member Board Requirementsfor Initial Certification in a Subspecialty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16Table 2C: Examination Administering Boardfor Certificates Offered by Multiple ABMS Member Boards . . . . . . . . . . . 25Table 2D: ABMS Member Board Requirementsfor Continuing Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties 2019-2020 ABMS Board Certification Report 1

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsResources andContact InformationOverviewFor more than 45 years, the ABMS BoardCertification Report has been published toillustrate the continued importance of boardcertification as a public credential. It reflectsthe growing population of physicians whobelieve in board certification as a way todemonstrate their specialty expertise andcontinued commitment to provide safe,high-quality, and effective care.The ABMS Board Certification Report includes information reported by the ABMS Member Boards anddata from the ABMS certification database. The ABMS certification database contains more than onemillion records and is updated daily with information from the Member Boards. Data from the database isconsidered primary source for professional certification verification. This report represents a snapshot ofinformation and data as of June 30, 2020 including: T he official list of the specialty and subspecialty certificates approved by ABMS for issue by theMember Boards* Basic requirements physicians must meet for initial certification and continuing certification T ables showing trends in the number of new specialty and subspecialty certificates issued over thelast ten years Counts representing the number of board certified physicians by Member Board, specialty, and stateHelp us improve the Certification Report.Please take a brief survey at: surveys.abms.org/s3/Cert-Report*Prior publications containing this information include ABMS Certificate Statistics (2006-2012);ABMS Annual Report and Reference Handbook (1980-2005); and American Board of Medical Specialties Annual Report(1973-1979), all published by ABMS. 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties 2019-2020 ABMS Board Certification Report 2

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationABMS Board Certification HighlightsNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsResources andContact InformationSource: ABMS certification database, June 30, 2020.Board certified physicians per Member BoardThe numbers represent distinct counts. A physician is counted once per MemberBoard. See Table 3C.Colon and Rectal SurgeryMedical Genetics and GenomicsNuclear MedicineThoracic SurgeryAllergy and ImmunologyNeurological SurgeryPlastic SurgeryPhysical Medicine and RehabilitationPreventive MedicineUrologyOtolaryngology – Head and Neck SurgeryDermatologyOphthalmologyOrthopaedic SurgeryPathologyEmergency MedicineSurgeryObstetrics and GynecologyAnesthesiologyRadiologyPsychiatry and NeurologyFamily MedicinePediatricsInternal Medicine 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties 056,24760,49973,55492,929108,447244,172ABMS MemberBoards certify inMore than920,00040 87specialtiessubspecialtiesboard certified physiciansPercentage of ABMSboard certified physiciansby specialty groupIn 2019 ABMS MemberBoards awarded31,93313,434new specialty certificates and59% Medical27% Surgical14% Hospitalnew subspecialty certificates2019-2020 ABMS Board Certification Report 33

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsResources andContact InformationThe Importance andValue of Board CertificationThe American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) comprises 24 specialty Member Boardsthat provide an independent evaluation of, and offer, board certification to individuals whohave met a defined standard of education, training, and knowledge in a particular field ofmedicine. The importance and value of this voluntary credential is that it is the threshold ofa specialist’s lifelong commitment to demonstrating professionalism and continuous learning,toward the ultimate goal of providing quality patient care.Board certified specialists, also known as diplomates, have completed residency trainingfollowing medical school, met all board training requirements, and successfully completed theboard examination process. Given the pace of change in medicine, the ABMS Member Boardsare focused on helping diplomates stay current in the latest developments in their disciplines.Continuing certification is the ongoing process of board certification that simultaneouslysupports physicians in keeping their knowledge and skills current while validating theiradvancing expertise in a specialty.The process for continuing certification includes a more frequent, formative evaluation processthat is grounded in assessment. It is structured to support physicians through a progressionof benchmarking their knowledge and skills and identifying gaps. This inspires more focusedlearning and maximizes the time physicians invest in keeping their knowledge and certificationup to date. Physicians participating in continuing certification bring the highest standard ofspecialty care to their patients and the hospitals and health systems where they work. In turn,patients and health care organizations who choose ABMS board certified specialists can beassured that they are skilled and knowledgeable, maintain their specialty expertise, and meet ahigher standard of care established by the profession. 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties ABMS and its Member Boards also remain engaged in multi-stakeholder collaboration withresidents, diplomates, hospitals, and professional and specialty societies to explore ways tofurther support physician professional development and promote learning. Using all thisinput, and with consideration of ways to foster, cultivate, and preserve a culture of diversity,equity, and inclusion, the boards are enhancing continuing certification by: E nabling better and more frequent assessments that offer convenience while maintaininga rigorous evaluation of physician knowledge U sing the formative aspects of assessment to inform the summative decision oncertification status. B ringing assessment and other program activities to where physicians practice O ffering pathways to retain or regain a certificate E nhancing consistency, transparency, and accountability R eviewing certification standards2019-2020 ABMS Board Certification Report 4

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsResources andContact InformationABMS Programs and ServicesABMS is aiming higher by continually evolving the impor tance and valueof board cer tification with innovative programs and services that helpphysicians demonstrate their competence and professionalism, suppor torganizations in achieving their quality improvement and safety goals, andoffer assurance to the public that they are being cared for by specialistscommitted to their health and well-being.The ABMS Portfolio Program helps connect health care organizations’ quality and safety goals with the aims of continuingcertification. It operates through sponsor organizations and withABMS Member Boards to award continuing certification creditfor physicians’ quality improvement work. The program encourages collaboration betweendepartments and across specialties to introduce and sustain processes and infrastructure thathave an impact on the patients and communities they serve. More than 30,000 practitionersand over 95 health care organizations are involved.The CertLink technology platform helps build successfulonline assessment programs for evaluating what candidatesneed to know and support their professional development. Itoriginally was created to support the development of longitudinal assessments for continuingcertification. CertLink offers item authoring, item banking and reporting. Assessments canbe customized to physicians’ practice and interests, helping them to review their specialtyknowledge and connect with professional development resources. Physicians using CertLinkgive the platform a 98% approval rating for its convenience and flexibility.ABMS Solutions oversees the licensing of the CertiFACTSOnline product set for Primary Source Verification (PSV) ofa physician’s board certification status. Professionals can accessboard certification information that is updated daily with data provided by the 24 certifyingABMS Member Boards. Board certification data from the ABMS database meet all PSVrequirements as set by The Joint Commission, the National Committee for Quality Assurance(NCQA), and URAC for the secure and timely reporting of credentialing information. 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties The ABMS Continuing Certification Directory providesABMS board certified physicians an online collectionof practice-relevant, accredited continuing medicaleducation (CME) activities for continuing certification. Thecompetency-based activities are routinely added following review and approval by one or moreof the ABMS Member Boards. Activities are accredited for CME through the AccreditationCouncil for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) system. More than 1,900 activities areavailable from over 60 CME providers.ABMSThe ABMS Visiting Scholars Program supports thedevelopment of early-career physicians and researchVISITING SCHOLARSTMprofessionals into future leaders within the ABMS MemberPROGRAMBoards’ community. The program facilitates the Scholars’research to advance board certification and help inform the fields of physician assessment,professional development, physician self-regulation and quality improvement. Visiting Scholarsparticipate in the one-year, part-time program from their home organizations. They connectwith health care leaders nationwide and are mentored on their research by subject matterexperts within the ABMS community.Certification Matters is a free resource for consumers tolearn about ABMS board certification and its importanceto quality care. Visitors can use the search tool to check if adoctor is board certified by any of the 24 ABMS Member Boards.2019-2020 ABMS Board Certification Report 5

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsResources andContact InformationTable 1A: Approved Specialty Certificates by ABMS Member BoardA specialty certificate is first awarded by an ABMS Member Board to candidates who meet the requirements for certification in a specified field of medical practice. This table lists the specialty certificates currentlyapproved for issue by the boards. Footnotes can be found on pages 10 and 11. Visit the ABMS website for the most current list of certificates offered and descriptions of each specialty.IncorporationAmerican Board ofYearApproved AsSpecialty CertificateMember BoardFirst Issued (1)Time-limited Certificates *First IssuedDuration YearsAllergy and Immunology19711971Allergy and iology1938200010Colon and Rectal Surgery (9)19351949Colon and Rectal Surgery194019905Dermatology (2)19321933Dermatology1932199110Emergency Medicine19761979Emergency Medicine1980198010Family Medicine (8)19691969Family Medicine (10)19701970ContinuingInternal Medicine (8)19361936Internal Medicine19371990ContinuingMedical Genetics and Genomics (8,9)19801991Clinical Biochemical Genetics (4)Clinical Cytogenetics and Genomics (4,10)Clinical Genetics and Genomics, MD (4,10)Clinical Molecular Genetics and Genomics (10)Laboratory Genetics and Genomics gical Surgery19401940Neurological Surgery1940199910Nuclear Medicine19711971Nuclear Medicine1972199210Obstetrics and Gynecology (2)19301933Obstetrics and Gynecology19301986ContinuingOphthalmology (2)19171933Ophthalmology1916199210Orthopaedic Surgery19341935Orthopaedic Surgery1935198610Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (2, 5)19241933Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery tinuingContinuingPathology (8)19361936Pathology-Anatomic/Pathology-Clinical (10)Pathology-Anatomic (10)Pathology-Clinical (10)Pediatrics (8)Pediatrics19341988ContinuingPhysicalMedicine and Rehabilitation194719471933Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation1947199310Plastic SurgeryPlastic Surgery1939199510193719351941Preventive Medicine (9)19481949Aerospace Medicine19531998Occupational Medicine19551998Public Health and General Preventive Medicine (9, 10)19831998101010Psychiatry and Neurology ology with Special Qualification in Child iology (8, 9)19341935Diagnostic Medical Physics (10)Diagnostic Radiology (10)Interventional Radiology and Diagnostic RadiologyNuclear Medical Physics (10)Radiation Oncology (10)Therapeutic Medical Physics urgery19371976ContinuingVascular Surgery (7)19821982ContinuingThoracic Surgery19481971Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery (10)1948197610Urology19351935Urology1935198510 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties 19372002193420172002198720022019-2020 ABMS Board Certification Report 6

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationResources andContact InformationTable 1B: Approved Subspecialty Certificates by ABMS Member BoardA subspecialty certificate is awarded by one or more ABMS Member Boards in a component of a specialty. It can be granted only to specialists who have been certified by one or more board(s) in an areaof specialty certification. This table lists the subspecialty certificates currently approved for issue by the boards. Footnotes can be found on pages 10 and 11. Visit the ABMS website for the most current listof certificates offered by the ABMS Member Boards and descriptions of each subspecialty.(1)Year Approved by ABMSSubspecialty CertificateAllergy and Immunology (9, 10)No SubspecialtiesAnesthesiologyCritical Care MedicineHospice and Palliative MedicineNeurocritical CarePain Medicine (10)Pediatric AnesthesiologySleep Medicine198520062018199120112011First IssuedTime-limited Certificates *First IssuedDuration YearsAmerican Board 2011101010101010Colon and Rectal SurgeryNo SubspecialtiesDermatology (2, 9)DermatopathologyMicrographic Dermatologic SurgeryPediatric 4101010Emergency MedicineAnesthesiology Critical Care MedicineEmergency Medical ServicesHospice and Palliative MedicineInternal Medicine-Critical Care MedicineMedical ToxicologyNeurocritical CarePain MedicinePediatric Emergency MedicineSports MedicineUndersea and Hyperbaric 10Family Medicine (8)Adolescent MedicineGeriatric MedicineHospice and Palliative MedicinePain MedicineSleep MedicineSports 071993200119882008201520071993101010101010Internal Medicine (8, 9)Adolescent MedicineAdult Congenital Heart DiseaseAdvanced Heart Failure and Transplant CardiologyCardiovascular DiseaseClinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (10)Critical Care MedicineEndocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism (10)GastroenterologyGeriatric MedicineHematologyHospice and Palliative MedicineInfectious DiseaseInterventional CardiologyMedical OncologyNephrologyNeurocritical CarePulmonary DiseaseRheumatologySleep MedicineSports MedicineTransplant ingContinuingContinuing 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties 2019-2020 ABMS Board Certification Report 7

OverviewABMS Approved CertificationsNumber of CertificatesIssued and Physicians Certifiedby ABMS Member BoardsRequirements for Initialand Continuing CertificationResources andContact InformationTable 1B: Approved Subspecialty Certificates by ABMS Member Board (continued)Footnotes for Table 1B can be found on pages 10 and 11.Time-limited Certificates *First IssuedDuration YearsAmerican Board ofSubspecialty CertificateYear Approved by ABMSFirst Issued (1)Medical Geneticsand Genomics (8, 9)Medical Biochemical GeneticsMolecular Genetic ingNeurological SurgeryNeurocritical Care2018††††10Nuclear MedicineNo SubspecialtiesObstetrics and Gynecology (2)Complex Family Planning2018††††ContinuingCritical Care MedicineFemale Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive SurgeryGynecologic OncologyHospice and Palliative MedicineMaternal-Fetal MedicineReproductive Endocrinology and Infertility 741991201319872008198719876Continu

Pathology 31,336 Emergency Medicine 38,596 Surgery 42,699 Obstetrics and Gynecology 52,330 Anesthesiology 56,247 Radiology 60,499 Psychiatry and Neurology 73,554 Family Medicine 92,929 Pediatrics 108,447 Internal Medicine 244,172 2020 American Board of Medical Specialties 312:3131 BCN Cpbse Dfsudbupo Sfqpsu 3 Overview ABMS Approved Certifications

Related Documents:

American Board of Radiology American Board of Surgery American Board of Thoracic Surgery American Board of Urology ABMS and 24 Boards (Consolidated) Cash, Savings and Investments by Board Total Liabilities: Deferred Revenue, Deferre d Compensation and All Other by Board Retirement Plans: Net Assets, Inv Inc and Employer and Employee Contributions by Board ABMS and 24 Boards Board, Related .

The American Board of Ophthalmology is a founding member of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). The ABMS was established in 1933 to serve in an advisory capacity to the American Specialty Boards and to cooperate with organizations that seek its advice concerning the certification of medical specialists.

ABMS MS ISO 37001 : 2016 Polisi Anti Suapan dan Rasuah BERNAS Mukasurat : 3 – 29 Nombor Dokumen : IRM/ABMS/05: Manual Appendix 1.3 Tarikh Kuatkuasa : 1 Ogos 2020 1.0 PENGENALAN Padiberas Nasional Berhad (selepas ini disebut “BERNAS”) bersama anak syarikatnya komi

This document has been established to serve as the ABMS Manual, an operating document based on the ABMS requirements (ISO 37001). In the following pages, references are made to the relevant sections, subsections of the HRC MS as well as the relevant proc

HONOUR BOARD VOLUNTEERS 2019 - CURRENT David Staniforth Boorowa 2019 Bruce Gruber Boorowa 2019 Lindsay Cosgrove Boorowa 2019 Dennis Osborne Boorowa 2019 John Cook Boorowa 2019 Sue Cook Boorowa 2019 Mick Hughes Boorowa 2019 Daryl Heath Boorowa 2019 Lesley Heath Boorowa 2019 Russell Good Boorowa 2019 John Peterson Boorowa 2019 Heather Bottomley Boorowa 2019 James Armstrong Boorowa 2019

2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia 2019 BMW X7 2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2019 BMW Z4 2019 Audi A3 2019 Buick Cascada 2019 Audi A4 2019 Buick Enclave 2019 Audi A5 2019 Buick Encore 2019 Audi A6 2019 Buick Envision 2019 Audi A7 2019 Buick LaCrosse 2019 Audi A8 2019 Buick Regal 2019 Audi Allroad

Echo, fetal, cardiovascular Doppler echo, fetal pulsed or continuous wave. f/u or repeat Board certification by an ABMS recognized board. Accreditation not required for codes in this row. 93312*,93313*,93314*, 93315* Echocardiography, trans esophageal 1) Certification in pediatric cardiology by the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) And

Additif alimentaire E174 (décors de confiseries). Oligo-élément non essentiel, il est doté de propriétés pharmacologiques : - Bactériostatique, anti-inflammatoire : l’agent a lagement démonté depuis fort longtemps sa capacité à inhiber la croissance de moisissures et de certaines bactéries. Ces propriétés se doublent de propriétés anti-inflammatoires très utiles puisque des .