New Standards: The Cost of Waiting

WE HAVE BECOME accustomed to waiting. We wait for public transportation, wait in endless lines of traffic, wait to see physicians and other professionals, and wait at checkout counters. At times, even our most sophisticated electronic systems make us wait.

But in terms of CME, waiting can be a source of confusion, indecision, inactivity, inappropriate action, postponement, and cancellation. A case in point is the long time required to issue the Accreditation Council for CME's f

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