At a packed meeting held after-hours at the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions annual conference on January 23, the Continuing Medical Education Coalition, a lobbying group formed in 2011 to represent the interests of the CME community on Capitol Hill, called on CME providers, medical societies, patient advocacy groups, and other nonprofit organizations to voice their objections to a proposed rule that would make them responsible for reporting what they spend on ...

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