ACCME Sheds More Light on New Policies

The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education¹s new policies, particularly its new definition of commercial interest, have garnered much controversy and raised a lot of questions within the CME community.

Previously, commercial interest was defined as a company or companies that produce healthcare products or services, usually meaning pharmaceutical/biomedical companies. The new definition casts a wider net, also including companies that market healthcare pr

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