Gray and coauthors measure associations between American Board of Internal Medicine’s original Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirement and outcomes of care.
This retrospective analysis reports that there were no significant differences between physicians with time-limited vs time-unlimited board certification on 10 primary care performance measures.
In this observational study of Medicare patient admissions, there were no significant differences in change in mortality rates or readmission rates for those hospitalized in more intensive relative to less intensive teaching hospitals in the year after implementation of the 2011 ACGME duty hour reforms compared with those hospitalized in the 2 years before implementation.
This study found that duty hour reduction reform did not alter general surgery patient outcomes or differences in resident examination performance.
This study found that spending patterns in region of residency were associated with expenditures for subsequent care those residents provided as practicing physicians.
This cross-sectional study of survey data from a sample of US emergency departments reports that visits involving both resident and attending physicians used more hospital resources than attending-only visits.
This Viewpoint discusses changes in the use of electronic health records in medical student education.
This Viewpoint discusses the use of debriefing sessions after clinical encounters as a learning tool in medical education.
This Viewpoint article explores contemporary roles under consideration for medical students providing longitudinal patient care.
This Viewpoint discusses the need for physicians to work constructively to help improve the Maintenance of Certification program and commit to lifelong, meaningful learning to ensure that their knowledge and skills remain current and relevant.
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