Earn ABIM MOC Points and CME Credits with the #1 Internal Medicine Board Review Course 2020

Paul Griner, MD, MACPInternal Medicine, Personal Education

Earn ABIM MOC Points with the #1 Internal Medicine Board Review 2020

Earn ABIM MOC Points and CME Credits with the #1 Internal Medicine Board Review Course


Med-Challenger, the leader in online physician medical education and exam review, has a comprehensive Internal Medicine course for unparalleled ABIM review, ABIM exam review and the fulfillment of ABIM MOC points and CME credit requirements. This one-of-a-kind ABIM review course gives you everything you need to ace the ABIM exam, but also satisfy MOC requirements year after year. There’s nothing like it.

This IM course is fun to work through.Paul Griner, MD, MACP

Med-Challenger’s IM course has been expertly crafted from the ground up as a completely new Internal Medicine review. Our Internal Medicine Editor-in-Chief, Paul Griner, MD, MACP, and our editorial team of Internal Medicine contributors have produced over 1,700 up-to-date ABIM board exam questions based on the ABIM’s exam content guidelines.

The questions in the course have an expanded remediation section that not only explains the reasoning behind correct and incorrect answer options, but also adds an “educational objective” and “key point” to the remediation.

Med-Challenger internal medicine board review course with ABIM MOC points

The addition of these features explains the purpose of the question to the learner, and also provides the key “take away” teaching point that the learner should absorb by studying the question.

In addition, the questions are applicable for IM resident training based on the Internal Medicine Milestone Project. Each question addresses 1 of the 22 internal medicine residency milestones that are designed for use in the evaluation of resident physicians by providing a framework for the assessment of their development.

Course Highlights

Our new internal medicine review gives more, does more.

Med-Challenger’s new IM review course is designed to provide internists with on-demand medical education, review, exam prep, and lasting MOC utility. When used in conjunction with Med-Challenger’s multiple features and benefits, practitioners can accomplish career requirements in less time with better results.

  • All New Internal Medicine Review

    Completely rewritten for the most up-to-date and laser-focused ABIM board review and ongoing MOC requirements with over 1700 internal medicine board review questions, media banks, and high-yield answer explanations.

  • Adaptive Exam Sims, Custom Exams, & Auto-Remediation

    Adaptive exam simulations ensure mastery of all materials in the shortest time. Make custom exams, earn CME credit via topic assessments, and remediate weak areas of knowledge with instant learning prescriptions that help guide your review.

  • ABIM Board Exam Blueprint-based with Key Points

    Covers all ABIM exam topics as well as the geriatric patient, pain management, ethical considerations, the increasing focus on population-based medicine, and issues in critical care. New key points and learning objectives rival and surpass MKSAP and other reviews.

  • Includes AMA Category 1 CME - and - ABIM MOC Points

    Earn required CME and ABIM MOC Points as you work through topic-based assessments for a convenient, all-in-one solution to pressing and ongoing education needs.

  • One-time purchase, full year of access, renewable value

    Great for knowledge review and continuing education requirements – provides MOC and CME utility this year and beyond. One-time purchase – renew access annually at a fraction of the price.

IM Board Review Questions & Media

Everything you need to ace exams and stay up-to-date.

Med-Challenger covers all ABIM board exam specifications with Q&A designed to address key points in multiple ways. You get the MOST Q&A and the best adaptive learning features as well. What’s more, we keep all materials up-to-date and fresh at all times so whenever you need review or MOC requirements, you’ll be using the very best materials. No other review gives you more – or provides as much ongoing career value.

Over
1700
Board-style Questions
Over
650
Clinical Media Objects
100%
Board Pass Guaranteed

Earn CME Credits & ABIM MOC Points

Useful now and every year throughout your career.

Your one-time purchase of Med-Challenger IM (or IM PRO career value bundle) allows you to earn AMA and ABIM MOC points on demand without travel or wasted time. You can renew all the assets in your Med-Challenger account, annually for pennies, for ongoing career convenience.

Earn Up To
157
AMA Category 1 Credits
Earn Up To
157
ABIM MOC POINTS

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From the Editor:


Internal Medicine Leader - Paul Griner, MD“Internal medicine residents and physicians seeking maintenance of certification will find Med-Challenger’s new Internal Medicine program to be a challenging but fair test of current knowledge in all the clinical areas encountered in adult medicine. The questions are designed to test the level of knowledge expected of a resident at the completion of the core training program or the physician practicing as a general internist. The new Internal Medicine course also recognizes changes in the mix of patients seen by many internists and the nature of their problems; the geriatric patient, pain management, ethical considerations, the increasing focus on population-based medicine, and issues in critical care.

This new IM course is fun to work through. It reinforces the breadth and depth of knowledge that internal medicine physicians have acquired during their training or their years in practice, identifies areas for further study, and helps sustain the goal of lifelong learning. “

Paul F. Griner, MD, MACP
Professor of Medicine, Emeritus
University of Rochester School of Medicine
Weston, MA


Contributing Editors:

Gerard Kiernan, MD
Hospitalist
Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinic
Keene, NH

Miguel G. Madariaga, MD, MSc, FACP, DLSHTM
Director, Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine
Physician, Infectious Disease
Doylestown Hospital
Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Rohan Sen, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor
Internal Medicine
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO