Keyword: American Board of Family Medicine
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A survey of 515 U.S. physicians found that almost 55% of respondents want to see controversial maintenance of certification requirements revoked.
Faced with contentious MOC requirements, fewer family physicians are keeping their board certification.
More primary care physicians are moving to larger health systems, a trend that raises concerns about the role of family medicine.
Workplace factors like electronic health records and a hectic environment are major factors for family physicians with job burnout, according to a new survey.
Take just a minute to consider all of the changes that have been thrown at physicians over the last few years. It’s no wonder that 81 percent of doctors report that maintenance of certification activities are a burden, find researchers.