Closer to the Truth

“I've had an awful experience,” a CME provider with a small organization called to tell me. When a pharmaceutical company — supposedly giving an unrestricted grant — didn't approve of her choice of speaker, they told her she was being unpleasant, uncooperative, inflexible, and unwilling to compromise. “Compromise,” the provider explained to me, “means doing it their way.”

When she held her ground, they told her if she didn't go along with them, other providers would. And then they sai

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