While they like the concept, family physicians aren't too thrilled with the way American Board of Family Practice's maintenance-of-certification program is working out--and they asked the American Academy of Family Physicians to take action on their behalf, according to this article in AMed News. Especially confusing, it appears, is the required self-assessment modules.
- "We're not objecting to the concept. It's what was developed that is unreasonable," said Richard Feldman, MD, an Indianapolis family physician and immediate past president of the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians.
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