The Push Is on to Measure CME Outcomes

Though it may still be in its infancy in this country, outcomes measurement for continuing medical education is gaining momentum. The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education is nudging providers in that direction by requiring that a CME provider have a strong emphasis on the assessment of results in order to achieve exemplary compliance—i.e., a six-year accreditation. "The accreditation system’s direction has at its heart the notion of improvement," says Robert Kristofco,

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