Selecting a MECC Safely

RECENT CRIMINAL TRIALS, prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts, have subpoenaed detailed records from CME providers and their medical education and communication companies (MECCs), and required testimony from executives from these companies. The questions asked were related to the new Office of Inspector General rules and probed issues such as the clinical appropriateness of decisions in CME activities, control over content, influence by the supporter, and other matters dire

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