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ACCME's Reaction

“We don't reject or refute [the Senate Finance Committee's] observations,” says Murray Kopelow, MD, chief executive, Accreditation Council for CME. As the ACCME said in a press release, the report's observations highlight where there could be enhancements to the system that would make CME's independence from commercial interests more distinct, he says. “We plan to open communication channels with committee staff. We're going to integrate [the committee's comments] into our internal assessment

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