I just heard that the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth Office of Professional & Continuing Education received a perfect score during its reaccreditation by the American Osteopathic Association. Congratulations! We worked with some folks there on our study on gender preferences in CME, and they were great. PACE's associate vice president, Pam McFadden, also was a huge resource when I was writing an article a while back on non-pharma funding sources (which, by the way, might be a good one to revisit now that pharma isn't as gung-ho on CME as it used to be).
Anyway, PACE, which holds more than 600 activities in 43 states annually, has dual accreditation from both AOA and ACCME--one of only seven providers that maintain both, according to the press release. And, from the perfect score, they do it really well. Congrats again.
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