The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) recently posted the Consolidated (i.e. including ABIM Foundation) Financial Report for the Year Ending June 30, 2014 (and June 30, 2013) to it’s Revenue and Expenses: Where Does the Money Go? page.So questions must be posed about the ABIM's disclosure policy on their "Where Does the Money Go?" webpage:
The Financial Report’s Contents page lists 3 Financial Statements and 12 pages of Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements.
The Consolidated Financial Report for the Year Ending June 30, 2013 (and June 30, 2012) filed with the State of Pennsylvania on April 7, 2014 Contents page lists 3 Financial Statements, 12 pages of Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements, and 6 Supplementary Information reports spanning 8 pages.
The 6 Supplementary Information reports listed are as follows: Consolidating Statements of Financial Position (2 pages), Consolidating Statement of Activities (2 pages), Schedule of ABIM Changes in Unrestricted Net Assets (Deficit) from Operations, Consolidating Schedule of Administrative, Program and Project Expenses, Consolidating Schedule of Staff Expenses and Consolidating Schedule of Office Expenses.
Ahem, where, exactly, did the money do? Why aren't supplemental information reports included in the 2014 financial statement? Might the ABIM "not be meeting MOC requirements" for public disclosures themselves?