12/4/2020 1:51:38 PM
I was reading about the the new bill being introducecd into the house of repersentatives. I am excited there is action being taken to ensure EMG quality. I was suprised to see a requirement of 3 months of EMG during trianing. Where I trained EMG was only one month, does this mean the average neurlogist would no longer be able to perform EMG's upon graduation? I am fellowhip trained so I dont have to worry but it made me wonder, how this effects the average resident going into practice?
Also as somone not in a large hospital system the prospect of accreditation is worrisome from a financial perspective. Has this been taken into consideration?