New Engagement Criterion:The provider routinely demonstrates and promotes interprofessional collaborative practice in the operation of its CME program and in the design and implementation of its educational activities. Discussion:This new criterion is institutionalizing the concept of collaboration in CME activities. It speaks to “routine interprofessional collaborative practice” and seeks to ensure that CME providers are working together in the best interest of quality and ...

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