NYS Public Health Law requires that a written treatment plan be placed in the patient’s medical record when a practitioner prescribes opioids for pain management for longer than three months or past the time of normal tissue healing.
Online registration is open for MLMIC’s April 11 Risk Management Program at the Westchester Marriott Hotel (670 White Plains Road) in Tarrytown. The conference qualifies physicians for CME credit and covers current risk management issues facing all specialties.
1099-B tax forms for recipients of cash consideration from MLMIC’s acquisition by National Indemnity Company will be sent on February 25 via Computershare. The mailing will contain an explanatory insert and a 1099-B tax statement required by the IRS.
A recent study has identified that transmission of hepatitis is possible even when using sterile needles and syringes. MLMIC encourages all medical professionals to remain vigilant with use of proper technique for the administration of injectable medications.