The CME enterprise has had a few rough years. Some physicians requested or accepted too much honoraria for too little work. Some educational presenters turned a blind eye to science while winking at promotion. And some employees of organizations involved in CME funding, development, and certification broke the rules. With the help of news media, regulators, and the U.S. Senate, we identified the problem: ourselves. A handful of CME stakeholders didn't abide by accreditation policies or keep ...

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