TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO, when many of our current CME leaders began their careers as medical educators, the field was narrow, fragmented, and insular — yet somehow less pressured. While the task of designing quality programs for physicians was never an easy one, CME professionals in most institutional settings seemed to find the time to help groom the next generation of leadership for the challenges that lay ahead. Now healthcare has become big business, ruled by managed care and bottom-line ...

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