UpToDate offers a short cut to credit

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Evidence-based, point-ofcare resource UpToDate is making it simpler for individual subscribers of its service to receive their CME credit.

The tool enables clinicians to search for answers to clinical questions online, on CD-ROM or via Pocket PC.

UpToDate says physicians can request credits online and print an electronic copy of the certificate without mailing or paying processing fees.

Individual users of the CD-ROM version may be able to get their credits processed online later this year, the firm says.

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