THE RECENT FOCUS on outcomes research and evaluation has created a dilemma among CME providers and others involved in the process. On the one hand, most would agree that the use of electronic and traditional techniques to determine whether CME activities have changed healthcare practitioners' diagnostic, management, or treatment behaviors — with the goal of improving patient care — is central to the learning experience. The benefits would seem to be well worth the effort. Information gained ...

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