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Task Force 2012: Four Forces Shaping CME

This year’s gathering of commercial supporters and continuing medical educators tackled cost constraints, quality improvement, Risk Evaluation and Management Strategies, and maintenance of certification.

As she welcomed the approximately 250 CME providers and commercial supporters to the 23rd Annual Conference of the National Task Force on CME Provider/Industry Collaboration, the Task Force’s Chairwoman Hilary Schmidt, PhD, pointed to four main forces that are shaping continuing medical education today: cost constraints

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