Tag Archives: physician education

Maintenance of Certification: Boom or Bust?

There’s a lot of interest in Maintenance of Certification. PAMED recently did a poll, and there is a lot of dissatisfaction with the process. As we approach the end of the year and try to celebrate the holidays, those of us on deadlines face the task of doing whatever component our specialty requires. In my…
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Time is a Great Thief: Tips on Being in the Moment for Patients

As a consultant, I’m sometimes asked to evaluate physician interactions with patients. Sometimes it’s via a camera in the room, watching a recording, or live, and other times I’m in the room, introducing myself as a colleague with an interest in watching Dr. X in action. The reasons vary. Poor patient reviews, clinical skills questions,…
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