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Can Maintenance of Certification Work? Associations of MOC and Improvements in Physicians’ Knowledge and Practice

Interprofessional QI Training Enhances Competency and QI Productivity Among Graduates: Findings From Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Quality of Care Provided by Board-Certified Versus Non-Board-Certified Psychiatrists and Neurologists

The Predictive Validity of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners’ COMLEX-USA Examinations With Regard to Outcomes on American Board of Family Medicine Examinations

Measuring Reflection on Participation in Quality Improvement Activities for Maintenance of Certification

Characteristics of Internal Medicine Physicians and Their Practices that have Differential Impacts on Their Maintenance of Certification

More Than a List of Values and Desired Behaviors: A Foundational Understanding of Medical Professionalism

Medical Specialty Boards Can Help Measure Graduate Medical Education Outcomes

Predictors of Physician Performance on Competence Assessment: Findings From CPEP, the Center for Personalized Education for Physicians

The Relationship Between the Nature of Practice and Performance on a Cognitive Examination

Specialty Board Certification and Clinical Outcomes: The Missing Link

Maintenance of Certification and Its Association with the Clinical Knowledge of Family Physicians

The Certification Status of Generalist Physicians and the Mortality of Their Patients After Acute Myocardial Infarction

A Three-Part Model for Measuring Diabetes Care in Physician Practice

Toward Better Care Coordination Through Improved Communication with Referring Physicians

Comparative Trial of a Web-Based Tool to Improve the Quality of Care Provided to Older Adults in Residency Clinics: Modest Success and a Tough Road Ahead

The Association Between Physicians’ Cognitive Skills and Quality of Diabetes Care

Certification and Specialization: Do They Matter in the Outcome of Acute Myocardial Infarction

Relationships of Ratings of Clinical Competence and ABIM Scores to Certification Status