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Former Head of Office of Lilly CME, Steve Davidson, RPh, Named Medical Education Specialist at CME Enterprise
Date:4/14/2009

CARMEL, Ind., April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Steve Davidson, RPh, has recently joined CME Enterprise, an ACCME-accredited provider of continuing medical education (CME), as a Medical Education Specialist. Davidson has over 20 years of continuing medical education experience. Prior to joining CME Enterprise, he spent 28 years with Eli Lilly and Company. While leading the Office of Lilly CME, he initiated and established the first firewall between Lilly's educational and marketing divisions, thus creating a unique mechanism of governance.

"Having directed the CME program at Lilly, Steve brings to CME Enterprise many years of experience and expertise in CME. Moreover, his network of professional relationships with key CME stakeholders affords CME Enterprise many opportunities to extend its reach by collaborating with new and reputable partners," said CME Enterprise President Bruce J. Bellande, PhD, FACME, CCMEP.

"I am excited to join an outstanding team of professionals committed to high-impact CME. It is my hope that my perspective as both a recipient and a provider of postgraduate education and my experiences in the CME and PhRMA industries will help CME Enterprise grow and reach new levels in CME excellence," said Davidson.

Before working for Lilly, Davidson was a practicing registered pharmacist who owned and managed a retail pharmacy. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Butler University and is a registered pharmacist in California and Indiana. He is also a veteran of the United States Navy.

About CME Enterprise

CME Enterprise, an innovative medical education company, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) as a provider of CME with Exemplary Status in Mission, Needs Assessment, and Effective Measurement of Activities. CME Enterprise develops extensive needs assessments, executes needs-based and competency-based curricula, and impacts physician knowledge and patient outcomes through local, national, and international CME interventions. By engaging in continuous clinical practice performance improvement and healthcare systems quality improvement, CME Enterprise has set itself apart from other medical education companies. For more information about CME Enterprise, visit its Web site at www.cmeenterprise.com.

    Contact:
    McKenna Goslee, (317) 846-2879,  mckenna_goslee@cmeenterprise.com


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