Researchers recently measured physician knowledge about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and found that doctors lack specific understanding of the issues and barriers patients encounter. Because of these knowledge gaps, physicians may fail to comply with the ADA and contribute to persisting inequities in care.
MLMIC is pleased to announce the release of its latest online Risk Management CME program, Proactive Risk Management Follow-Up Program VIII. Those who complete the program can qualify for both premium credit and CME credits and may become eligible for the NYS “free” excess insurance program.
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.