Family Medicine Certification (FMC) serves to assure your patients and the public that you are highly skilled and effective at improving their health by having met the specific residency training standards and continuing to maintain high professional standards. Learn more ›
In conjunction with other ABMS member boards, ABFM offers a number of Added Qualifications. Learn more ›
Family Medicine Certification Longitudinal Assessment
If you are currently certified, are in your 10th year of certification, and due to take the exam before December 31, 2019, you have a choice to participate in the new Family Medicine Certification Longitudinal Assessment (FMCLA) pilot. This an alternative to taking the one-day exam that delivers 25 exam questions quarterly for you to do flexibly on your own time, at the location of your choice on your computer or tablet. More aligned with adult learning principles, this approach allows for use of references and promotes greater retention of new knowledge to be applied in daily practice.
LEVERAGING PATIENT DATA TO MAXIMIZE QUALITY OF CARE
The PRIME Registry is family medicine’s only specialty outpatient quality registry. PRIME Registry uses the data from your EHR (electronic health record), mapping it to a robust set of quality measures, presented in an easy to use dashboard that allows clinicians and practices to view and track measure performance data at the practice, clinician and patient level.
Quality Healthcare, Public Trust... Setting the Standards in Family Medicine.
About the ABFM
The American Board of Family Medicine is one of 24 medical specialty boards that make up the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). Through ABMS, the boards work together to establish common standards for physicians to achieve and maintain board certification. The American Board of Family Medicine is an independent, non-profit organization. Read more
The American Board of Family Medicine
1648 McGrathiana Parkway Suite 550
Lexington KY 40511-1247