In Proud Defense of CME

THE CME SYSTEM IN THE U.S. is far superior to any in the world. Yet countless hours are spent searching for flaws and developing additional policies to quiet the critics and to perfect the system. CME professionals should be sensitive to these imperfections while assuring regular maintenance. But CME is by and for medical professionals. It should not change direction every time a new negative news report or journal article appears. To do so would diminish its effectiveness, add confusi

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