OrgVitality Chosen to Assist American Board of Internal Medicine to Improve Physician Evaluations
OrgVitality VP Dr. David W. Bracken has been invited by American Board of Internal Medicine to help address shortcomings in physician evaluations and to bring a unique perspective to the issue by participating in a Multi-Source Feedback Expert Panel as an authority in the field.
- (1888PressRelease) January 16, 2012 - The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) has become increasingly aware of important gaps in their evaluations of physicians. OrgVitality Vice President Dr. David W. Bracken has been invited by ABIM to help address those shortcomings and bring a unique perspective to the issue by participating in a Multi-Source Feedback Expert Panel Meeting as an authority in the field. In addition to participating in panel and roundtable discussions, Dr. Bracken has been asked to provide a presentation that summarizes best practices in multisource feedback outside of the medical field that may have implications for physician evaluations and certification. Dr. Bracken is the senior editor and author of the Handbook for Multi-Source Feedback (2001, Jossey-Bass).
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) is an evaluation organization. Providing practicing physicians with effective performance-based assessment methods has the potential to strengthen certifying boards' ability to meaningfully assess performance in practice. Multi-source feedback as a unique approach has the potential to assess key competencies such as interpersonal skills and communication, professionalism, teamwork, stewardship and care coordination.
With this in mind, ABIM's research team has convened an international group of experts in assessment and multi-source feedback, representatives from ABMS Member Boards, and others from fields outside of medicine to better understand how and why multi-source feedback approaches and tools might be incorporated in a comprehensive, performance-based assessment program.
The ABIM Multi-Source Feedback Expert Panel Meeting will be held in February 2012, at ABIM headquarters in Philadelphia.
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