Boston-based Pri-Med, a primary-physician–focused continuing medical education provider, recently announced the launch of a new initiative designed to spur innovation in three areas: how CME content is developed, the educational formats it uses, and how it is funded. “We want to change the focus of the dialogue around continuing medical education from the potential for bias—which, while important, is drowning out what is in essence a revolution in how CME operates and how physicians expect ...

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