Wild Wild West of Recertification

  • 06 Apr 2100
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The US medical specialty boards have traditionally represented best practice in rigorous recertification design - including components of self-assessment, Quality Improvement and re-examination. Now, due at least in part to significant practitioner pushback, there are no less than 16 current or proposed pilot programs for new kinds of physician specialty recertification. At the same time, other groups have introduced or are piloting recertification processes designed to support continuing competence and/or replace examinations. Come learn about some of these new products/processes and explore the Wild West of optimal recertification design!


Learning Objectives:
  • Develop a working familiarity with current leading edge recertification programs
  • Learn about innovative ideas, new proposals for recertification components
  • Learn about newly implemented recertification models in a variety of professional settings

Presenters:

Grady Barnhill, Senior Assessment Advisor, National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Christopher Butcher, Principal/CIO, Heuristic Solutions


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