MOC signals end of the road
Fam Pract Manag. 2005 Apr;12(4):20.
To the Editor:
I am 54 years old and disabled because of three neck surgeries, but I continue to work part time. My neurosurgeon wants me to retire, but I still enjoy seeing my patients. I have been watching all the changes in recertification, and I do not like what I see.
I probably will not renew my membership in the American Academy of Family Physicians after 2005. I do not feel the AAFP is working in my best interests any longer. The American Board of Family Medicine looks as though it has stopped trying to help us and is now trying to find new ways to take more money from us. I refuse to participate!
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