The “ACCME Annual Report Data 2009” shows that the total amount of commercial support offered to accredited CME providers has dropped for the second consecutive year.
The level of commercial support given to accredited continuing medical education providers has dropped for the second consecutive year, according to the "ACCME Annual Data Report 2009." It fell to $856 million in 2009, a 17 percent decrease from the $1 billion reported in 2008. This decline, which brings the total level of commercial support back to levels not seen since 2003, is the second time since ACCME began recording this data in 1998 that the report shows fewer dollars being spent by ...
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