Rebuilding continuing medical education's tarnished reputation with the government may be simpler than we think
While the CME enterprise continues to busy itself with a mixture of image-based policies, procedures, calls for comment, emotional blogs, and articles claiming “an end to CME as we know it,” a better answer is coming out of a place we wouldn't expect: the U.S. Congress. Believe it or not, leaders in the U.S. Senate seem to understand our problem. And the best part is, they have a simple prescription to cure it. In several telephone discussions and a live meeting this summer with top Senate ...
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