Going to the National Institute for Quality Improvement and Education Fall Conference, held in Chicago in September, felt a little like diving off a cliff into reams of notes, PowerPoints, lectures, conversations, case studies, and resources to go to for more information (as if I weren't drowning in the stuff already) about the screaming need for improving the quality of healthcare in the U.S., and continuing medical education's potential role in making those improvements. When I finally ...

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