Washington, D.C. (February 27, 2018) – Guam has passed legislation to become the first U.S. territory to join the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. It joins 22 states in offering an expedited pathway to licensure for qualified physicians wishing to practice in multiple states and territories.
This report provides a detailed overview of individual state medical boards' structure, operation and requirements. It utilizes charts to allow readers to compare the activities and data of state boards as well as information about disciplinary and licensing trends nationally.
The FSMB issues an annual report each year, highlighting its activities and strategic priorities. The report contains information about FSMB leaders and includes photos and statistics.
JMR is a quarterly, peer-reviewed scholarly publication that explores trends and issues impacting the regulatory community and health care.
The FSMB’s biennial census is the most accurate assessment available of demographic and practice information about the nation’s actively licensed physicians.
In 2017, the FSMB hosted a summit meeting of representatives of medical organizations, government agencies and patient safety groups to discuss issues related to information sharing and reporting impacting patient safety. This report summarizes the meeting and makes recommendations.
The latest news releases from the Federation of State Medical Boards on news and events impacting the medical regulatory community.