March 2023 Events for New York State Physicians

After a quiet winter, March is shaping up to be a busy month for New York State physicians and medical professionals. Check out the following opportunities to expand your education, engage with colleagues and make an impact on your local medical professional organizations.  

HANYS Webinar: Assessing Pediatric Claims Risks in Your Organization

Healthcare Association of New York State

March 8, 2023


This virtual event, sponsored by MLMIC and HANYS, will review common liability issues associated with pediatric patient care. During the presentation, a MLMIC risk management consultant and a Mercado May-Skinner law firm attorney will present data and case studies to identify common causes of loss associated with malpractice claims in this area. The program will also provide strategies to improve the quality of patient care and reduce potential liability exposures. Register here.

HFMA Metropolitan New York Joseph A. Levi 63rd Annual Institute

Healthcare Financial Management Association

March 23-24, 2023

Uniondale, New York

This program aims to provide financial professionals with up-to-date information on policies and trends affecting the healthcare industry. The event will include continuing education opportunities, networking sessions, a vendor fair and more. View the program agenda here and register here

Bronx County Medical Society Meeting

Bronx County Medical Society

March 28, 2023

MSCK Doctor’s Day Celebration

Medical Society of the County of Kings  

March 30, 2023

Brooklyn, New York

NYSOS Annual Meeting

New York State Ophthalmological Society

March 31, 2023

Bronx, New York

The NYS Ophthalmological Society’s Annual Meeting is returning to an in-person format! This year’s event will feature several exciting components, including rapid-fire case presentations and surgical videos covering a range of general and subspecialty interests. The program will also spotlight in-state physicians and the expertise within New York’s ophthalmology community. MLMIC Chief Medical Officer John Lombardo, M.D., will present a session on “Managing Malpractice Risks and Liability in the Ophthalmology Practice.” Details here.