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The Accreditation Council for CME is rolling out a three-year plan to strengthen its oversight.

Criticized by the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance and the CME community for its inadequate oversight system, the Accreditation Council for CME has announced a three-year plan designed to toughen its enforcement process and strengthen the boundaries between commercial supporters and providers.

Historically, the ACCME focused on setting standards and offering guidance, says Murray Kopelow, MD, ACCME chief executive. Now, the organization is expanding its function. “We didn't and

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