Friday, November 13, 2009

The end of MECCs?

From the Wall Street Journal article:
Health legislation moving through Congress would force drug makers to disclose how much they spend on continuing medical education classes for doctors, sparking some resistance from the industry.

For-profit continuing medical education companies have seen revenue fall by double digits in the last year, according to industry statistics, following congressional investigations into the influence of drug makers on medical research and course content.
Click here to access the WSJ article (sub. req.).

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