ABMS creates new dual radiology certificate
Article Thumbnail ImageDecember 6, 2012 -- The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) has created a new dual primary certificate in interventional radiology and diagnostic radiology.

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  • In September, the ABMS board of directors and the ABMS reserved powers board approved the certificate, which will be offered by the American Board of Radiology.

    Physicians who become board-certified in interventional radiology and diagnostic radiology will demonstrate the following:

    • Competency in diagnostic imaging to ensure the appropriate, safe, and efficacious guidance of current interventional procedures
    • Competency in the technical aspects of interventional procedures
    • The clinical judgment and skills to participate as team members in the periprocedural care of patients undergoing interventional radiological procedures

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