AMA Global Rules Raise Concerns

The American Medical Association's new international activity approval program, which went into effect February 1, stipulates that medical education providers must register their activity for recognition with the AMA before issuing AMA Physician's Recognition Award credit to non-U.S. licensed physicians. The policy enables the AMA to develop a database of activities approved for credit, allowing the various authorities in charge of CME around the world to verify information about credit award

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