OSMA Coordinates Joint Opposition to MOLThursday, October 11, 2012
Last week, the OSMA joined forces with 10 other Ohio medical associations that also oppose the possible implementation of additional maintenance of licensure (MOL) regulations in Ohio. The associations agree that Ohio physicians are already proving their competency through board-required CME hours, government quality measures reporting, credentialing activities, and health plan quality measures. The associations believe that implementing additional MOL requirements would be a waste of the Medical Board’s time and resources. Medical Board members will vote whether to pursue additional MOL regulations on Oct. 11. OSMA staff will be attending the meeting and will post updated information on the OSMA Community. To view a copy of the Oct. 5 letter to the medical board, click here (login required).
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