As reported in the Autumn 2010 American Medical Association Continuing Physician Professional Development report released earlier this week, 34 percent of intrastate-accredited CME providers said in a survey taken in 2009 that they were “discussing whether or not to maintain CME accreditation.” The biggest challenge identified was the time involved in the accreditation process, which more than 80 percent said would “very likely” or “somewhat likely” be a factor in a decision regarding ...

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