CME providers need to do more to increase the quality of their education and credibility with the government and the public, says a white paper issued by the Medical Education Collaborative in Golden, Colo. Drawing from interviews and discussions with pharma executives, CME providers, and regulatory officials, as well as articles and published industry analysis and surveys, white paper authors Stephen Lewis, MEC president and CEO, and Kelly Enders, vice president, urge providers to implement ...

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