The continuing medical education community needs a funding model that specifically addresses the issues involved in industry support: the potential for influence when content and faculty are supported by a single grantor, the lack of equity in the granting opportunities available to different provider types, and an increasing difficulty in securing an adequate source of funding. A commercial-support/advocacy consortium, or CSAC, model would allow CME providers to easily find multiple ...

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