The continuing medical education community should focus on the quality of education, rather than on the provider type.
Question: Who should be allowed to develop CME? Hint: The answer depends on whether your mind-set about the CME enterprise is inclusive or exclusive. For the inclusive folks, the answer is simple. Any individual or organization designing, implementing, and measuring clinically relevant instruction that improves physician competence, performance, or patient outcomes is welcome to participate. The list of Accreditation Council for CME-accredited providers includes all types. In a world ...
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