NEW WAYS TO EARN CREDIT
Now, all pediatricians who can attest that they have
participated in QI activities as part of earning NCQA PCMH
recognition also can earn MOC credit from the ABP.
DeANGELIS RECEIVES AWARD
Former ABP Board Chair Catherine DeAngelis, 2015 Howland Medal Awardee,
is an “esteemed leader in academic pediatrics whose significant contributions
have advanced the lives of children and the profession of pediatrics through
clinical care, scientific discovery, mentorship and service.”
“I love Question of the Week. It’s focused, quality-based information
that’s relevant to what I’m seeing in my own practice."
-Jennifer Carlson, MD, ABP Diplomate, South Burlington, VT
"The 'teach back' method [from the Health Literacy PIM] is really effective. It helped me communicate better with parents."
-Cesar Arias, MD, ABP Diplomate, Baltimore, MD
“Having the certification from the ABP means that a...physician is
committed to delivering excellent, high-quality and evidence-based care."
-Suzanne Woods, MD, Program Director, Durham, NC