Member companies and institutions of the CME Coalition pledge to both support and provide the highest standards of continuing education for healthcare professionals in the best interest of patients. In adhering to these standards, the members of the CME Coalition promise to live up to the commitments and proper practices manifest in the following CME Coalition Code of Conduct.
Measuring the impact of a live, case-based, multiformat, interactive CME program on improving COPD care
"Physicians who participated in live half-day, case-based, multi-format CME symposia were 50% more likely to provide evidence-based care for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) than those who did not participate, according to a study conducted by the Potomac Center for Medical Education (PCME), a Rockpointe company, and CE Outcomes, LLC. These findings, which point to the positive impact of CME on physician practice, were published in the International Journal of COPD on May 12, 2011."