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Comparison of Content on the American Board of Internal Medicine Maintenance of Certification Examination With Conditions Seen in Practice by General Internists

Professional Self-regulation in a Changing World Old Problems Need New Approaches

Knowing What We Don’t Know — Improving Maintenance of Certification

The Role of Internal Medicine Subspecialists in Patient Care Management

Board Certification in Internal Medicine and Cardiology: Historical Success and Future Challenges

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

Specialty Board Certification in the United States: Issues and Evidence

Association Between Imposition of a Maintenance of Certification Requirement and Ambulatory Care-Sensitive Hospitalizations and Health Care Costs

Medical Specialty Boards Can Help Measure Graduate Medical Education Outcomes

The American Board of Internal Medicine: Evolving Professional Self-Regulation

Collaboration in Pennsylvania: Rapidly Spreading Improved Chronic Care for Patients to Practices

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

An Analysis of the Knowledge Base of Practicing Internists As Measured by the 1980 Recertification Examination

Gaps in Quality of Diabetes Care in Internal Medicine Residency Clinics Suggest the Need for Better Ambulatory Care Training

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

Teaching and Evaluating Point of Care Learning with an Internet-Based Clinical Question Portfolio

The Role of Physician Engagement on the Impact of the Hospital-Based Practice Improvement Module (PIM)

Setting a Fair Performance Standard for Physicians’ Quality of Patient Care

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

The Role of Physician Specialty Board Certification Status in Quality Movement

Improving Asthma Care Through Recertification: A Cluster Randomized Trial

Certifying Examination Performance and Patient Outcomes Following Acute Myocardial Infarction

Who is Maintaining Certification in Internal Medicine – and Why? A National Survey 10 Years After Initial Certification

Association Between Maintenance of Certification Examination Scores and Quality of Care for Medicare Beneficiaries

Promoting Physicians’ Self-assessment and Quality Improvement: The ABIM Diabetes Practice Improvement Module

Assessing Quality of Care: Knowledge Matters

Self-assessment of Practice Performance: Development of the ABIM Practice Improvement Module (PIM)