Pri-Med name changes status

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CME firm Pri-Med Institute has changed its name to pmiCME, a name which more clearly distinguishes it as an accredited provider, the company said last week. The change became effective January 1.

“This step is being taken to ensure clarity, transparency and disclosure as the use of the Pri-Med name is being increasingly applied to platforms and activities that are not certified CME,” read a statement.

The newly renamed company provides accreditation and education in partnership with other education providers, as well as for Pri-Med, the brand that is owned and operated by Boston, MA-based M|C Communications.
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