Defy the ACCME's Rules, Pay the Price for Noncompliance

WHY IS IT that within the CME enterprise there remain small pockets of individuals and organizations that continue to skirt established guidelines and regulations? While most CME planners, developers, and providers, whether accredited or not, are in compliance, others, despite the best of training efforts, continue to bend and break the rules.

Factors that contribute to noncompliance include lack of knowledge, misunderstanding, misinterpretation, or in the worst case, del

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