With a focus on risk management education, this year’s Spring Network Meetings address “2017 Healthcare Law Review.” Physicians, medical directors, facility risk managers, office practice administrators, nursing, staff and other healthcare professionals can still register for the six remaining meetings held across the state.
MLMIC is holding its spring Network Meetings throughout May and June in multiple locations across the state. These programs are designed to provide risk management education to our insured physicians, medical directors, facility risk managers, office practice administrators, nursing staff and other healthcare professionals.
As part of MLMIC’s ongoing commitment to help physicians and other healthcare practitioners improve the quality of patient care and reduce potential liability exposure, we’ve developed a new online risk management CME program for policyholders.
New York State requires all narcotic prescribers to attend three hours of continuing medical education (CME) that address specifically designated aspects of prescribing controlled substances. These CMEs must be completed prior to July 1, 2017.