Ask the Authors

1. The study showed that physicians who waited longer than 10 years to take a Maintenance of Certification (MOC) 3 recertification examination had a lower pass rate (97% vs 85%). Do you think these results are due to a selection bias from those who voluntarily waited longer to take the examination or are these data prescriptive, serving to guide physicians to take an examination earlier in the recertification cycle?
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