CME's Public Image Problem

CME has a public image problem. So said 84 percent of the attendees polled via audience-response system at an opening panel discussion at this year's Annual Conference of the National Task Force on CME Provider/Industry Collaboration, held October 24 to 26 in Baltimore. When asked why the public is concerned about CME, 35 percent said it was because CME is tied to perks for docs, and 35 percent said it was because of negative media coverage, while just 9 percent said it was because CME

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