These guidelines provide state medical boards with a framework within which to handle sexual misconduct cases with regard to physician and other health care practitioners.
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This policy provides state medical boards and legislative bodies with an informational guide outlining patient safety and quality of care issues that should be considered when deciding changes
This policy encourages state medical boards, the public, state legislators and other stakeholders to reexamine existing medical practice acts as they relate to the composition, structure,
This policy is intended to guide states that may adopt new medical practice acts or amend existing laws, and encourage the development of consistent standards, language, definitions and tools
Report of the American Medical Association and the Federation of State Medical Boards. At its Interim Meeting in 1991, the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates adopted
This report reviews procedures used by state medical boards to identify and investigate complaints involving the quality of care rendered by a physician.
This report addresses accreditation standards applied to medical school programs located outside of the U.S. and Canada, and the feasibility of establishing criteria that could be used by
This report addresses the development of a minimum physician demographic and practice data set, as well as a data collection tool and physician data repository to provide a more accurate
The framework is designed to assist providers in identifying issues likely to arise in the adoption and implementation of EHRs, including the impact of adopting an EHR system on the
FSMB’s official public policies are intended to give guidance and encourage consistency among state medical boards in addressing trends in medical practice and regulation in order to protect