Stakeholders in the CME enterprise could learn a lot from John F. Kennedy. “Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past,” Kennedy once said. “Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.” The CME world is in a sea change. Grants from industry are down, and scrutiny of medical education is on the rise. But instead of working collaboratively to fix problems, many of us seem content to fix the blame. The recent U.S. Senate Finance Committee staff report stoked the never-ending debate ...

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