Anchor the Change

IF YOU'VE FOLLOWED this series so far, your CME unit has made assessing learner knowledge and performance improvement an important part of how you gauge the performance of your overall CME program. You're measuring the degree to which activity objectives have been met and physician practice patterns have been changed, and you're setting more rigorous standards for measuring the overall CME program. How do you keep the focus on the new culture?

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