A panel at the Task Force meeting examined four ways to fund continuing medical education.
The question of how to fund continuing medical education went from a hot topic to a scorching one since the Institute of Medicine’s Conflict of Interest in Medical Research, Education, and Practice Committee announced last spring that it was time to develop a new model. So it’s no surprise that a panel of CME experts took on the perennial problem at the 20th Annual national Task Force on CME Provider/Industry Collaboration in Baltimore, October 14-16. In a session called “Beyond the Tipping ...
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