Bill on certification pits doctors against hospitals
*Correction appended. A bill moving through the Legislature in the last week of the session is pitting doctors against hospitals over how much testing doctors should have to undergo to maintain their certification. Currently, Texas physicians must undergo the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program, which tests physicians on medical knowledge and practice every five to ten years, to maintain their certification with national certification boards. Many hospitals and other employers also require doctors stay current on their MOC. Via Texas Tribune
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