The Alliance for CME is moving ahead with its plans to design and implement a system that would standardize the conflict-of-interest disclosure process for faculty.
The Alliance for Continuing Medical Education is nearing the end of the initial phase of developing a national disclosure system that would standardize conflict-of-interest disclosure data elements, provide a uniform online collection tool, and develop a searchable national data repository. According to Alliance Executive Director Paul D. Weber, MA, the system is scheduled to be up and operating by the second quarter of 2012. Faculty disclosure of potential conflicts of interest is required ...
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