The 21st Annual Conference of the National Task Force on CME Provider/Industry Collaboration will be held October 13–15 in Baltimore. The theme of this year is “Moving forward in an age of uncertainty; creating innovative, practical educational solutions.”
Featured sessions at this year’s conference include:
Keynote address, “Principled partnerships: Practical or pipe dream?” Darrell G. Kirch, MD, Association of American Medical Colleges
“Working together within the guidelines: Interactive case studies”
“IOM Report: Redesigning CME—what does this mean for you?”
“Providing meaningful outcomes in a collaborative approach: A panel discussion with the stakeholders”
“Everything you always wanted to ask grant officers but didn’t have the guts or chance to ask”
There will be two major announcements at the meeting:
On Thursday John Kamp, JD Executive Director of the Coalition for Healthcare Communications will present his vision for CME going forward.
Stephen Lewis of the Global Education Group will be releasing a white paper on the CME environment on Wednesday.
Thomas Sullivan is participating in two panel presentations on Transparency and the Physician Payment Sunshine Act: How to Comply with Evolving Federal and State Laws this Friday October 15th.
Visit the conference website for additional information and registration.