There are many lessons from 2009 that we can turn into opportunities for the future.
One of the changes in continuing medical education this year has been a decrease in the number of accredited providers. Some in our industry may applaud this “thinning of the herd.” However, we might do well to consider some possible unintended consequences. While some noncompliant providers will go the way of the wind, many others who produce excellent CME will also disappear simply because they can't compete with the bigger companies. The consolidation of other industries (e.g., banking, ...
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