A slideshow of the biggest challenges facing primary care in 2018.
Here are the issues that annoy and frustrate doctors and get in the way of treating patients and running practices.
Four physicians allege ABIM is illegally tying its initial certification to MOC.
MOC costs and requirements ranks 9th on the list of issues ruining medicine for physicians.
Pilot program offers 25 quarterly questions in lieu of 10-year test.
Physicians’ battle to limit maintenance of certification requirements continues despite testing changes
Despite changes this year to make the maintenance of certification (MOC) process easier on internists, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) still faces strong opposition to the program.
The certification body for internists says it has learned from internist frustration and adapted to meet criticism while maintaining a rigorous evaluation of physicians.
ChangeMaker Ira Rubin, MD, and his son, Zachary, discuss the value of reaching out to young people interested in medicine to make today’s students tomorrow’s physicians.
In between the headache that is healthcare for physicians these days, Medical Economics has tried to insert some laughter into the crazy and hectic lives of our readers through our Funny Bone Comics. Click through to see which cartoons you got the most joy and laughs from this past year.