"You can make money AND do the right thing," Robert F. Orsetti told us at a recent CME conference. An intriguing idea, especially considering the current debate as to whether for-profit medical education companies should be stripped of their accreditation. We caught up with Orsetti by phone to pursue that line of thought. A 30-year CME veteran, Orsetti currently is based in Freehold, N.J., serving as vice president of the Medical Education Collaborative, a nonprofit accredited education ...

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