These costs, of course, include time spent by staff developing CME activities. When Roy asked the audience via audience-response system if the time it takes to develop and implement activities has increased or decreased, the majority of the audience reported it was taking 25 percent to 50 percent longer than it used to. While 32 percent said that investing that extra time did result in their being able to provide higher-quality education, more than half said the extra time didn’t ...

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