Continuing medical education initiatives can improve patient care, change physician practice behavior, and reduce costs. But to achieve these goals, CME providers need to look outside the traditional models. A case in point is the Buffalo Niagara Prostate Cancer Consortium in New York. For men who have prostate cancer, there are multiple treatment options available. The problem is that the treatment recommendations patients receive vary considerably, often depending on the type of ...

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