The Benefits of Being a Quiet Leader in CME

THERE IS A lot of “noise” in the CME world. If you don't have to worry about your finances or declining enrollment, then there is the specter of implementing the new ACCME Standards for Commercial Support, or the need to practice evidence-based CME, or moving your programming closer to supporting maintenance of competence. And if that's not enough, you need to do a better job of measuring outcomes. Maybe all this noise is why there seems to be a significant turno

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