CME must change focus from traditional formats to performance improvement to help solve the U.S. healthcare crisis
CME as it has existed for the last 60 years must make way for a new era of performance-improvement education, said Norman B. Kahn, MD, executive director and chief executive officer, Council of Medical Specialty Societies, in his keynote address at the National Task Force on Provider/Industry Collaboration meeting, held in October in Baltimore. Citing statistics from the World Health Organization that rank the U.S. 37th in the world in healthcare, Kahn posed the question: “Are we in CME ...
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