MedBiquitous standards make it easier to track professional achievements, access learning and measure improvements.

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Join colleagues from around the world in examining how digital technologies can promote continuous improvement and better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education. The MedBiquitous Annual Conference will take place May 18-19 at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. Abstracts are due January 5, 2015 and may be submitted online.

MedBiquitous is convening a Financial Interest and Disclosure Working Group to develop technical specifications for financial interest and disclosure data. The project is a critical component to the Association of American Medical College’s development of a secure, state-of-the-art online system that will be a single source for entering and maintaining records of financial interest, and for disclosing that information to requesting organizations. MedBiquitous members may contact us regarding participation in the working group. All materially affected parties are welcome to apply to participate through the MedBiquitous Standards Committee. For more information, see the working group Charter.

The Performance Framework is undergoing Public review from August 29, 2014 through October 13, 2014. You may download the Performance Framework specification and schema being reviewed and submit any comments using this form. The Performance Framework specification allows one to represent expected levels of performance related to a competency in a standard format, thereby enabling learner performance data to be portable and easily understood across a learner's career. Watch the Performance Framework overview.

Implementers

The Association of American Medical Colleges uses MedBiquitous standards. See the full list of implementers.

What We Do

MedBiquitous develops and promotes technology standards for healthcare education, assessment and quality improvement. Learn more.

Membership

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