GI societies call for GI representation in ABIM MOC process: 4 concerns
The societies banded together to advocate for the interests of gastroenterologists and hepatologists. The societies discussed issues including:
• Support of the need for certification that must be earned, but concern that the Maintenance of Certification requirements come at the expense of time spent on patient care
• Insufficient opportunities to earn MOC points
• Lack of transparency in the MOC process changes
• Recertification exam does not represent the current state of physician practice
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