Commercially supported CME took a hit on the Hill before the Senate Special Committee on Aging this summer. But it is far from down for the count.
Things got pretty hot this summer in D.C., even inside the air-conditioned Senate office building where experts on continuing medical education addressed the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging. Convened by Chairman Sen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) in late July, the hearing aimed to educate members of the committee on the potential for conflicts of interest in commercially supported CME and to provide recommendations for possibly reforming the CME delivery system. Kohl, along with Sen. Chuck ...
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