If continuing education providers want to create change, they need to understand the intricacies of the system they and their learners work in.
If there was one message to walk away with after the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education's Annual Meeting in New Orleans in January, it was that continuing medical education can be a key driver in an organization's move toward performance improvement. But healthcare-related organizations are complex entities that can take a lot of time and effort to turn around. To make change happen that will improve outcomes, CME providers have to learn how to collaborate with departments including ...
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