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Q. What is MedBiquitous?

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The MedBiquitous Consortium (MedBiquitous) is the ANSI-accredited developer of information technology standards for healthcare education and quality improvement. Its members are creating a technology blueprint for the health professions based on XML and Web services standards to seamlessly support health professions learners in ways that will improve patient care and simplify the administrative work associated with education and quality improvement. Learn more about the organization at MedBiquitous.org External Link.

MedBiquitous and the AAMC have worked closely to develop the standards and specifications for the Curriculum Inventory. The MedBiquitous Curriculum Inventory Working Group drafted the technical standard, Curriculum Inventory Specifications External Link, along with the associated XML schema and related documents such as the Curriculum Inventory Standardized Vocabulary and Curriculum Inventory Implementation Guidelines PDF External Link.

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