Current Workforce of General Pediatricians in the United States - American Board of Medical Specialties

This survey study reinforced previous research on the value of participation in MOC part IV projects. In this particular survey study, American Academy of Pediatrics modules and MOC requirements were identified as reasons for greater participation in QI efforts. MOC is also valuable as it may identify where gaps in resources exist that may hinder private practices’ ability to participate in QI efforts.

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