ABMS Conference 2020 — Virtual!

ABMS Conference 2020 — Virtual!


We will bring you the same great content about innovations in physician assessment, learning and improvement, updated to address issues in health care today, and adapted to an engaging online experience. 

The health and safety of all attendees, exhibitors, and staff remain our top priority as long as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. So, save the date for our virtual gathering and look for more details to come soon! Sign up to receive email notifications about the ABMS Conference.

ABMS Conference 2020 is the leading conference on innovations in physician assessment, learning and improvement. At this national conference you will expand your knowledge, share best practices, connect with your peers, and engage in professional development opportunities.

Join professionals from across the health care community who will accelerate the transformation of board certification and the delivery of quality patient care.


ABMS Conference 2020 will focus on these three areas:

  • Improving health and health care
  • Thought leadership in assessment
  • Professionalism

Throughout the Conference, we will explore the impact of COVID-19 and topics on diversity, equality and inclusion.

ABMS Conference 2019 presentations that have been made available for sharing may be downloaded under the session title on the Session Descriptions page.

About the American Board of Medical Specialties

Established in 1933, the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) is the leading not-for-profit organization overseeing physician certification in the United States. ABMS supports 24 Member Boards that develop educational and professional standards and programs of assessment to certify physician specialists, all dedicated to improving the quality of care to the patients, families and communities they serve. More than 900,000 physicians are certified in one or more of 40 specialties and 87 subspecialties offered by the ABMS Member Boards. For more information about ABMS, visit abms.org or call (312) 436-2600.