The government's view on continuing medical education

Rebuilding continuing medical education's tarnished reputation with the government may be simpler than we think

While the CME enterprise continues to busy itself with a mixture of image-based policies, procedures, calls for comment, emotional blogs, and articles claiming “an end to CME as we know it,” a better answer is coming out of a place we wouldn't expect: the U.S. Congress.

Believe it or not, leaders in the U.S. Senate seem to understand our problem. And the best part is, they have a simple prescription to cure it.

In several telephone discussions and a live meeting this su

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