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Proposed Rules Threaten MECCs

The Accreditation Council for CME has proposed two new positions regarding the Standards for Commercial Support, one of which could have drastic consequences for medical education and communication companies. The first states that providers will be found noncompliant if they enter into written agreements for commercial support that stipulate how they plan to fulfill ACCME requirements. Second, the ACCME is recommending expanding the definition of commercial interest. It's this second proposal

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