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I chose to participate in MOC for Pediatric EMergency Medicine only. I don't think it matters tot he public whether we are participating in both and if we are not practicing as generalists, why go through the expense?afterall the purported purpose is only to show the public that the physician is maintaining some degree of knowledge.. so why do both?


Marty
Martin Herman, M.D.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine 
Sacred Heart Children's Hospital

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> Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2014 08:47:07 -0500
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> Subject: Maintenance of General Peds certification for subspecialists
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> Interested in group's opinion, pros and cons,  regarding pediatric sub-specialists maintaining or not their bc in general peds? Apologies if this has been discussed in previous threads. 
> Frances
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