Three agencies respond to Macy's CME assertions

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In a scathing rebuke to its assessment of conflicts of interest in CME, a trio of accrediting agencies said the Macy Foundation's assertions “reflect concerns that we, as CE accreditors, had 5-10 years ago," and noted that “Over this past decade we have made significant changes to our systems to address these concerns.” The letter came from the ACCME, the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
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