"We are living in an era of great medical technological innovations. However, this is shifting healthcare back home and expecting patients to understand excessive medical information and follow complex instructions."
CMS redefined the Sunshine CME exemption, still allowing most payments to go unreported.
The new initiative will look to recruit a teenager with epilepsy to appear in the next iteration of its educational comic book series.
Using the same methods they use to stimulate demand for a brand, agencies can educate communities and ultimately transform how countries approach healthcare, urges H.E. Toyin Saraki.
Recent research suggests nurse practitioners and physicians assistants have a growing appetite for digital patient resources from industry.
After a wave of feedback, the accreditor has deferred a ban on use of corporate logos in disclosures of commercial support.
The Cleveland Clinic finds that 75% of Americans don't worry about dying of heart disease, even though it's the country's leading killer.
J&J's campaign picks up where the FDA left off when it alerted physicians to concerns about prescribing acetaminophen-containing drugs but deferred action relative to OTC products.
The accreditor wants comments on its new accreditation plan, but a new commendation proposal is yet to come.
Pew Charitable Trust's proposed conflict of interest guidelines could mean even less face time for sales reps and less industry money for CME programs.
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