Stephen M. Lewis, MA, CCMEP

Stephen M.
Lewis, MA, CCMEP

President, Global Education Group

slewis@globaleducationgroup.com

Articles
CME Monitor: CME to the Rescue 
Changes in healthcare provide good reason to see CME and continuing education in a new light.
Getting to Meaningful Outcomes In Continuing Medical Education 
Survey data shows how we can continue to improve CME and demonstrate the value of what we do.
The One-Word Future of CME 
The future of continuing medical education comes down to a simple concept and a single word: value.
CME Monitor: AMA Logic Harms Medicine 
The American Medical Association’s Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs stares at a clear, sunny day and chooses to call for rain.
As Goes Healthcare, So Goes CME 
While it’s not surprising that CME mirrors what’s happening in healthcare, some of the implications for the future are a little scary.
Welcome to the CME Business 
You may not know it, but no matter what type of CME provider you work for, it’s actually a medical education company.
Is CEJA Becoming an Oxymoron? 
The fifth time around, the American Medical Association’s Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs report on CME still misses the mark.
CME Deserves More Credit 
Continuing medical education is about a lot more than licensure requirements.
Ringing In a New Era for CME 
What the CME community can do now to be more productive in the future
A New Trajectory for CME? 
If we define our mission objectives appropriately, the FDA-approved REMS could help launch certified CME into a higher orbit.
Is it Time to Thank the ACCME? 
The Accreditation Council for CME, or ACCME, has gotten a lot of criticism lately. Maybe it's time to point out what it's doing right.
Ad Raises Commercial Questions 
Has our focus on where CME funding comes from distracted us from what’s really important
With Facts Grows Faith in CME 
After years of accusations without evidence, the truth about CME is finally setting us free
Are the Accusations that CME Is Biased Toward Pharma Valid? 
If you want to find bias in CME, start with the accusers.
Grace Was Taken From Us 
Brian Russell was more than a veteran in the CME field; he also was a friend and mentor.

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