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Continuing Medical Education Professionals Must Collaborate

Regarding the future of continuing medical education, two things are for sure: Its future is built on partnerships, and we are all under the same roof

Consider what we have learned in the past year. First, change affects everyone. The confluence of increasing media scrutiny, U.S. Senate investigations, transparency, and stricter enforcement of policies and guidelines has improved many practices while pushing a number of medical education companies, hospitals, societies, and academic centers to abandon continuing medical education.

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