The CME Coalition, which launched last June to provide a voice on Capitol Hill for those who believe continuing medical education can and does improve patient care, has released a voluntary Code of Conduct. The idea behind the new Code, says the CME Coalition’s Senior Advisor Andrew Rosenberg, was not to break any new ground or impose any more stringent limitations than are already required by the various CME accrediting bodies. Instead, he says, the code is designed to pull all the ...

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