Topic: Professional Development
Most doctors have doubts about the value of maintenance of certification (MOC) programs, and they now have the chance to be heard.
A survey of 515 U.S. physicians found that almost 55% of respondents want to see controversial maintenance of certification requirements revoked.
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Passing a maintenance of certification exam is associated with decreased state medical board disciplinary actions, according to a new study.
Faced with contentious MOC requirements, fewer family physicians are keeping their board certification.
AMIA called for lawmakers to remove a provision of the GOP bill that taxes graduate tuition waivers, arguing it would deter students from studying informatics.
ABIM President and CEO Richard J. Baron, M.D., defends the maintenance of certification process but says changes are in the works.
A new analysis suggests medical specialty boards are profiting by charging doctors high fees for certification exams.
Doctors have ideas for how to make the process to maintain their board certification less restrictive.
One area where doctors have been able to get a consensus is their battle over Maintenance of Certification.