The Accreditation Council for CME has expanded the definition of commercial interest — a decision that could preclude some medical education and communication companies from maintaining their status as accredited CME providers. Previously, commercial interests were defined as companies that produce healthcare products or services, usually meaning pharmaceutical/biomedical companies. The new definition casts a wider net, also including companies that market healthcare products. The purpose ...

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