As she welcomed the approximately 250 CME providers and commercial supporters to the 23rd Annual Conference of the National Task Force on CME Provider/Industry Collaboration, the Task Force’s Chairwoman Hilary Schmidt, PhD, pointed to four main forces that are shaping continuing medical education today: cost constraints, quality improvement, Risk Evaluation and Management Strategies, and maintenance of certification. While cost constraints can make CME more difficult, the ...

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