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One Response to “Dance For Your Medical License, Old Man!”

  1. Alaina Davis

    Not sure how well it would work for MDs but imaging now has to either re-test or do specific approved CEs every 10 years from their original test date (like I took x-ray in 2011 so I have to re-test in 2021, and took CT in 2013 so ill retest for that in 2023 and am currently working on another registry and I will have to re-test for it in 10 more years) or could documenting ‘x’ amount of successful treatment of common things and another physician that works closely with them make some kind of “yes they are safe to work” statement?

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