The continuing medical education community has gone through a lot of changes lately. The question is: Have they made for a stronger CME enterprise?
Over the last few years we have seen quite a few changes in CME: the Accreditation Council for CME released updated accreditation criteria, and some commercial supporters have changed the way they will provide funding and to whom they will provide it. Both accredited and nonaccredited CME providers have been affected by changes in the economy and the enterprise of CME. The United States Senate, the American Medical Association, and the Institute of Medicine have investigated many aspects of ...
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