“According to the policy, which was announced in 2017 and is scheduled to take effect in 2022, ‘Program directors who are certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine (AOBIM) must either become certified by the ABIM or lose the ability to qualify their residents for ABIM certification,’ Josh Prober, JD, AOA’s general counsel and senior vice president, said in a statement. ‘As a result of this policy, internal medicine program directors are being pressured by their hospitals to become ABIM certified or lose their jobs.'”

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