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According to researchers at the Mayo Clinic, clinicians who use electronic medical knowledge sources like UpToDate perform better on their maintenance of certification exams.

Subscribers have also told us that UpToDate helps to answer questions on the self-evaluation modules and that regular UpToDate use helped prepare them for the secure exam.

UpToDate will continue to be a valuable asset to your practice even after you have completed your recertification!

Whether you use it to confirm diagnoses, review conditions you might not be familiar with, or keep up with new developments as they are published - UpToDate will help you deliver quality care quickly and easily.

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