Accreditation agencies, government, and grantors are requiring continuing medical education providers to demonstrate return on education, or ROE, for their activities. Providers are being asked to submit reports with information on their CME activities' reach (the number of physicians who participated), and evidence that learners improved their knowledge and competence and that physician practice patterns/clinical performance was enhanced. With commercial support for CME on the decline and ...

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