"The verb "resolve" could be the most challenging new requirement in the Standards," comment CME veterans Lewis A. Miller, MS, and Dennis K. Wentz, MD, in an e-mail statement. Their observation strikes at the core of the discussion surrounding the new revision of the Accreditation Council for CME’s Standards for Commercial Support. Unlike the current Standards, the proposed version, if approved, will require CME providers to identify and resolve all conflicts of interest. As ACCME Chief ...

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