MMA Senior Section to Meet Wednesday, August 24 for Program on Opioids/Heroin Epidemic
MMA's Senior Section will meet on Wednesday at MMA offices in Manchester. The program will feature Portland consultant Carol Kelly and EVP Gordon Smith discussing the recent activities of the Maine Opiate Collaborative. Any MMA member is welcome, senior or not.
The program begins with lunch at 11:30am with the program following at noon. The section meetings normally conclude by 1:30pm. The Section is chaired by Buell Miller, M.D. and staffed by Lisa Martin, MMA's Membership Coordinator. Any MMA member attending should rsvp to Lisa at email@example.com or by calling her at 622-3374 ext. 221.
The Maine Opiate Collaborative was established in August 2015 by U.S. Attorney Thomas Delahanty, Attorney General Janet Mills and Commissioner of Public Safety John Morris in order to address the opioid epidemic in the state. In 2015, 272 Mainers died from accidental overdose, 1013 babies were born with neonatal abstinance syndrome because mom was on drugs and 80% of heroin users indicated that they started down the road to dependency while on prescription drugs. The Collaborative established three task forces of volunteers to address the areas of prevention/harm reduction, treatment and law enforcement. Task Force reports were presented to the public in May of this year and efforts are taking place now to implement the recommendations. Twenty-two community forums were also held with the feedback received at the forums being used to inform the Task Forces. Carol Kelly facilitated 21 of the 22 forums and will share the outcomes of these events in her talk on Wednesday.
MMA's work with the Collaborative has been supported financially with grants from the Maine Health Access Foundation (MeHAF) and the Maine Community Foundation.
MMA Endorses DrFirst for Electronic Prescribing of Opioids Required July 1, 2017
The Maine Medical Association
has selected DrFirst as its exclusive partner in providing electronic
prescribing of controlled substances solutions to MMA members. DrFirst will market its products to MMA members in partnership with the Association and
MMA will be paid a royalty in connection with each successful sale.
new state law limiting prescribing of pain medication requires the electronic
prescribing of opioid medication as of July 1, 2017 and DrFirst
is one of the
vendors certified by the DEA to meet the federal regulatory requirements for
sending a prescription for a controlled substance to a pharmacy.
Members wishing to receive a call or visit from representatives of the company
may contact Rick Friedman at (301) 231-9510 ext. 2975, or firstname.lastname@example.org . Representatives of the
company will also be exhibiting at the MMA Annual Session Sept. 9-11 in Bar Harbor.
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Data Breach Workshop September 14th in Wiscasset
Data breaches and identity theft are being focused more and more on small businesses and professional practices. In addition to the substantial costs of dealing with the direct effects of such incursions, medical practices must also face the fact that a data breach is also a HIPAA violation.
On Wednesday, September 14th, Maine Identity Services will present a 4 hour workshop on data breaches and identity theft. The workshop will focus on how a practice can continue to function during and after a data breach, and will address what you and your employees can do before a breach that will make an enormous difference if you have a breach.
The workshop is specifically designed for managers who aren't technology savvy but who need to know:
- How do we put a plan together?
- How do we continue to function during a breach?
- Do we have to notify anyone? How quickly?
- Are we supposed to offer credit monitoring?
- What resources do we need?
Faculty will include experts who know what it’s like to have a breach and how to respond to the public and the press:
- Special Agent James Corbett, FBI, Boston Division
- David B. McConnell, Litigation Department Chair, Perkins Thompson Attorneys and Counselors at Law
- Diana Ichton Nelson, Award-winning television journalist and public relations expert
- Rob Oakley, HIS Manager, Bucksport Regional Health Center
- Jane Carpenter, Founder, Maine Identity Services
Date: September 14, 2016
Time: 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon
Place: Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission, 297 Bath Road, Wiscasset
Cost: $100 for businesses, $75 for nonprofits
Seating is limited and all ticket sales are in advance on Eventbrite at: DATA BREACH: DAY ONE!
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Barbara Leonard Named President & CEO of MeHAF
After a nationwide search, Barbara Leonard has been
selected as the new President and CEO of the Maine Health Access
Foundation (MeHAF). Ms. Leonard has served as the Foundation’s Vice
President for Programs since 2008. She will begin her new role on October 1,
2016, following the departure of founding President and CEO Dr. Wendy J. Wolf.
As MeHAF’s Vice President for Programs since 2008, Ms. Leonard took a lead role in
initiating a decade-long effort to integrate primary care and mental health,
oversaw a multi-year effort to ensure that the needs of underserved and
uninsured individuals were included in health care payment reform efforts, and
helped advance and strengthen access to oral health services in Maine. Ms.
Leonard also brings extensive experience serving on state and national advisory
committees and boards including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Healthy Kids Healthy Communities
Evaluation Advisory Group, ,the DentaQuest Foundation’s Oral Health 2014
National Advisory Committee and the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors. In Maine, Ms. Leonard served as the chair of the
Maine Philanthropy Center’s Board and previously chaired the Board of the Maine
Women’s Fund. She worked at the Maine Bureau of Health (now
Maine Center for Disease Control), where she established the Maine Breast and
Cervical Health Program and served as the state’s chronic disease
director. Her work at the Maine Ambulatory Care Coalition (now Maine
Primary Care Association) supported development of Maine’s first Migrant and
Seasonal Farmworker Coalition.
Ms. Leonard received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology cum laude from
Colby College, and a Master of Public Health from the Yale School of Medicine.
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Bureau of Insurance Approves 2017 Premium Increases for ACA Marketplace Exchange
The Maine Bureau of Insurance last week approved significant premium increases for the three health plans offering policies in 2017 in the ACA Marketplace Exchange. Superintendent Eric Cioppa last Wednesday announced the following approvals:
Community Health Options 25.5 percent
Harvard Pilgrim 21.1 percent
Anthem 18 percent
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Board of Licensure in Medicine Releases Licensure and Complaint Statistics for 2015
The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine recently released information about its licensure and complaint activities in 2015. Records show that 136 complaints were filed with the Board in 2015, along with 83 complaints carried forward from 2014. Of these, 14 complaints resulted in discipline, 15 were dismissed with a letter of guidance, and 58 were carried forward to 2016. 132 cases were dismissed.
The Board granted 967 new licenses in 2015, including 523 permanent MD licenses, 177 temporary MD licenses, 38 emergency licenses, and 84 physician assistant (PA) licenses. The Board also renewed 2,387 licenses during the year. The Board issued 96 percent of its licenses electronically.
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The Board consists of six actively practicing physicians, three public members and one physician assistant. Maroulla Gleaton, M.D., an Augusta ophthalmologist currently chairs the Board.
Healthcare 4 ME Announces Fall Conference
Registration is now open for the 4th
Annual Health Care for Maine Conference, sponsored in part by Consumers for
Affordable Health Care, the Maine Medical Association, the Maine Primary Care
Association, the Maine Children’s Alliance and others.
September 30, 2016, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Community Drive, Augusta
theme is Health as a
Human Right: Exploring the Right to Health. This year's
conference will offer two interchangeable tracks: an Advocacy Track and an Enrollment
Track. The Advocacy Track will explore what it means to have the Right to
Health and how to address the underlying social determinants of health. The
Enrollment Track will explore information enrollment professionals will need or
want to know.
year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Andrea S.
Christopher, MD, MPH. Dr. Christopher is a General Internal
Medicine Fellow at Harvard Medical School and Cambridge Health Alliance whose
passion for social justice motivates advocacy and research addressing
disparities in access to healthcare for vulnerable populations.
registration fees are available through September 1st.
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Not too Late to Join your Colleagues at MMA's 163rd Annual Session. Make Your Reservations NOW.
Maine Medical Association
163rd Annual Session
September 9-11, 2016
Harborside Hotel, Bar Harbor, ME
Renewing the Joy & Passion in Medicine
4.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits TM
Dear Colleagues & Friends:
Recognizing the signs of professional exhaustion is
the first step to reintroducing joy and purpose to your career.
Please join your colleagues at this year's Annual Session
where you will learn new tools that will help you develop resiliency
and renewal in your personal and professional life.
Click Here to view the
full schedule and register for this event. Bring your family so
they can enjoy Mt. Desert Island and Acadia National Park.
Sept. 10, 10:00 a.m.
Tuning Up Your Resilience Program features five
physicians who have extensive experience in physician resilience
and burn-out prevention. Dr. Jo Shapiro serves as Chief, Div of
Otolaryngology, Dept of Surgery, at Brigham and Women's Hospital
and is an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School. She was
one of the first woman division chiefs and was recently named as a
finalist for the Schwartz Center Compassionate Caregiver Award. Dr.
George Dreher, knowing what a habit of mindfulness brought to his
life and career at Maine Medical Center, started offering a Mindful
Practice of Medicine course and helped create a medical staff
subcommittee on practitioner health and resilience. Dr. Christine
Hein, who is the Medical Director of the Emergency Medicine
Workgroup, knows first-hand the pressure practitioners face in
their daily work and how important self-resiliency strategies can
be in maintaining ideal standards of care for patients. Ben Tipton,
PAC, has been working to improve resiliency at the Mid Coast
Hospital and has built a Mindfulness-based Stress reduction program
which is providing training for an increasing number of staff. Dr.
David Strassler is the chair of the Martin's Point Provider
Resiliency Team and has recently undertaken a drive to reduce
Sept 10, 12:00 p.m.
Kevin Mannix and Linda Rota, LSW, will deliver the Saturday noon
keynote. Kevin and Linda have co-authored the book, Weathering
Shame, an autobiography on their personal experience
growing up with the stigma and shame of
and mental illness. Kevin is a veteran weatherman at WCSH6, Portland
and WLBZ 2, Bangor. His spouse, Linda Rota, LSW, has been a
social worker for more than thirty years. She is a 1982 magna cum laud
graduate of USM with a B.A. in social welfare and criminal justice.
Linda served in the Peace Corps in Sierra Leone, West Africa and
trained volunteers on cross-cultural issues. Their book will be
available for purchase and book signing.
Sept. 11, 9:00 a.m.
Simple Mindfulness Applications to Cultivate Joy &
Passion in Work & Life. Countless
demands and rushing about are the norm these days. We live in
stressful, chaotic times. The speed of life around us is going faster
and faster. This way of living affects our health, our relationships,
our families, and the quality of our lives. We do have the ability,
the strength, and the stability within us to meet these challenges in
a way that brings more happiness into our everyday lives. Mindfulness
is a way to access these inner resources.
Hathaway, M.Ed., LpastC, has been studying and teaching mindfulness
for 40 years. She has interned and worked with Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D.
in the Mindfulness Stress Clinic at the University of Massachusetts
Medical Center and the State of Massachusetts, Department of
Corrections. She teaches Mindfulness nationally including Harvard
University's Work and Family Center, MIT, hospitals, universities,
high schools, colleges, parent groups, and couples courses. She
is an Adjunct Professor in numerous colleges in Maine teaching
Mindfulness courses. She has studied internationally with
teachers in the Zen, Vipassana, and Tibetan traditions and holds
a Masters in Education degree with a Counseling Psychology track.
7th Annual Silent Auction
Request for Donations
The auction proceeds will
benefit the Maine Medical Education Trust (MMET) Scholarship Fund
which directly benefits Maine students and relies on this auction
as a primary revenue source.
Certificates to a Maine restaurant, hotel or resort
or week-long stay at a Condo, Camp or Vacation Home
Theater or Sporting event tickets
sculptures, drawing or other artwork
Services (such as spa treatments, car detailing, etc)
For more information on
PO Box 190
Manchester, ME 04351
Copyright © 2016. All Rights Reserved.
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Inaugural Issue of "Physician Family" Published
The Summer 2016 issue of Physician Family
is now LIVE at www.physicianfamilymedia.org. Featuring a variety of articles about the Journey of Medicine, this issue
features six informative pieces which touch on the first stage of that journey
- medical school. It also offers excellent commentary and advice about
transitions, gratitude, the importance of connections, some valuable
information about student loans, the nightmare of not matching and more.
The AMA Alliance’s other publications, Alliance in
Motion and Alliance LINK, focus on the organization’s activities and
members, but Physician Family is intended for both members
Physician Family was
created by the AMA Alliance to help the organization fulfill its
mission to support the families of M.D.’s and D.O.’s in all specialties and
stages of life. AMA Alliance members receive Physician Family in
the mail as an exclusive member benefit, while the digital version of the magazine is available to all at no cost.
Members of physician families who are
interested in submitting articles, pictures, videos, or providing professional
expertise for Physician Family may contact Donna Rovito at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Some Confusion Remains on New Opioid Prescribing Limits
A significant amount of confusion still exists regarding the provisions of Chapter 488 which took effect on July 29. The Governor and the Legislature were well aware that not all 16,000 patients currently receiving opioid medication in access of 100 morphine milligram equivalent (MME) would be able to be tapered immediately. Therefore, a medical necessity exception was added (to expire on Jan. 1, 2017) in addition to the provision for patients who are currently at 100 MME to be prescribed up to 300 MME until July 1, 2017. For those patients over 300 MME on Jan. 1, 2017, other exceptions may be established through state rule-making or the exception for palliative care may be considered.
Other exclusions in the law include prescribing opioid medication to a patient for:
- Pain associated with active and aftercare cancer treatment;
- Palliative care, as defined in Title 22, section 1726, subsection 1, paragraph A, in conjunction with a serious illness, as defined in Title 22, section 1726, subsection 1, paragraph B;
- End-of-life and hospice care;
- Medication-assisted treatment for substance use disorder; or
- Other circumstances determined in rule by the Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to Title 22, section 7254, subsection 2; and
- When directly ordering or administering a benzodiazepine or opioid medication to a person in an emergency room setting, an inpatient hospital setting, a long-term care facility or a residential care facility.
- Until Jan. 1, 2017, a prescriber can utilize an exception for medically necessity. In order to inform the pharmacy that it is within the law to fill a particular script over 100 MME, the prescriber should write "Medically Necessary" on the script.
Although the requirement to check the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) for a new script does not take effect until January 1, 2017, it would not be possible to know what opioid medication the patient may be receiving from other prescribers without checking the PMP. So, in effect, the PMP mandate should be observed beginning July 29th if a prescriber is not already routinely checking the PMP for new scripts for an opiate based medication. On January 1, 2017, the PMP mandate will include a first script written for a benzodiazepine in addition to an opioid.
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Other information on the new law can be found on the MMA website at www.mainemed.com. MMA attorneys are available to present CME programs on the new law. If you are interested in a presentation at your practice or facility contact MMA's CME Coordinator Gail Begin at email@example.com or EVP Gordon Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Gordon at 215-7461. Presentations are scheduled over the next month in Fort Kent, Patten, Damariscotta, Skowhegan, Calais and Ellsworth.
MPCA HPV Summit: Improving Rates to Reduce Cancer in Maine
August 24, 2016
10:00am - 2:00pm
Bangor Saving Bank (Dirigo Conference Room) - Augusta, ME
We hope you will join us for a half day summit to discuss promising practices in completing the HPV series through collaboration between state agencies, schools, medical providers and community partners. We are excited to showcase the work in Rhode Island for their Vaccinate Before you Graduate program, in addition to sharing the most up to date evidence around the HPV vaccine and its effectiveness in preventing cancers in both men and women.
Registration: http://www.cvent.com/d/pvqj10 Fee: $25
10:00-10:30: Welcome, CDC “You Are the Key Presentation”
- Jessica Reed, GNP-C, American Cancer Society
10:30-11:00: What to know about HPV Related Cancers
11:00-12:00: Perspectives from the Field: Practice-based strategies for improving HPV rates
- Theresa Knowles, FNP-C, Penobscot Community Health Care
- Jessica Reed, GNP-C, American Cancer Society
12:00-12:45: Lunch (provided)
12:45- 2:00: Innovative Programs in New England: Vaccinate Before You Graduate – Rhode Island
- Randall Linn, CEO, The Wellness Company
- Lesa Volpe, Vaccinate Before You Graduate, The Wellness Company
2:00 PM Thank You and Evaluations
This Summit is being offered through a partnership of the American Cancer Society and the Maine Primary Care Association, with support from the Maine AHEC Network.
The University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNECOM) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the Maine Medical Association’s Council on Continuing Medical Education and Accreditation (MMA CCMEA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. UNECOM has requested that the AOA Council on Continuing Medical Education approve this program for 3.25 hours of AOA Category 1B CME credits. Approval is currently pending.
163rd Annual Session
September 9-11, 2016
Harborside Hotel - Bar Harbor, Maine
The theme of this year's program is "Renewing the Joy & Passion in Medicine." For more information and to register click here.
Risk Adjustment Documentation & Coding Seminar
September 15-16, 2016
Do you contract with a Medicare Advantage Organization or other payer using a risk adjustment methodology? Are your coders accurately capturing chronic health conditions? Does the thought of risk adjustment coding keep you up at night?
Join the Baker Newman Noyes (BNN) revenue cycle team, including certified risk adjustment coders (CRC™), for a two-day seminar for healthcare professionals interested in risk adjustment documentation and coding. While risk adjustment has been around for a long time, a solid understanding is essential for proper documentation of a patient's overall health status. BNN has put together a hands-on program to ensure an understanding of risk adjustment coding, the importance of documentation, how to optimize and improve overall risk scores, and much more.
We are excited to offer this comprehensive two-day workshop that will also help in preparation for the Certified Risk Adjustment Coder (CRC™) examination offered through the AAPC.
For more information and to register click here. Act now to take advantage of early bird pricing.
15th Annual Downeast Ophthalmology Symposium
September 23-26, 2016
Harborside Hotel - Bar Harbor, Maine
15 Hours Category 1 AMA PRA CME Credits Offered
Topics include Glaucoma, Cataract, and Uveitis. Michael X. Repka, MD, MBA will deliver the Keynote address on Ophthalmology in an Era of Health Care Evolution. There will also be time to enjoy the beautiful area!
For more information and to register visit: https://maineeyemds.com/symposium-home or contact Shirley Goggin at 207-445-2260 or email@example.com.
MaineGeneral Medical Center's 2016 Geriatric Symposium
October 6, 2016
7:45am - 4:30pm
Alfond Center for Health - Augusta, ME
year’s keynote speaker will be Dr. Michael LaMantia MD, MPH, the new Section
Chief of Geriatrics at the University of Vermont. There will also be
talks by Cliff Singer MD, Annette Beyea DO MPH, Sarah Hallen MD, Kim Church RN
& Jane O’Rourke LMSW, Nancy Rushton APRN and Noreen Flanagan MD. Lunch will
be provided and CMEs are available.
MCMI Training Programs - Level 1 and Level 2
October 25, 2016
When and where held: On October
25, 2016, the Maine Concussion Management
Initiative will present Level 1 and Level 2 Training as the Youth Concussion
Track at the Brain Injury Association of America-Maine Chapter's 7th
Annual Conference on Defining Moments in Brain Injury in Portland at USM.
Level 1 – An Introduction to
Concussions and Concussion Management
Speaker: Deb Nichols, CPNP or
Peter Sedgwick, MD or Bill Heinz, MD
Level of Difficulty: beginner
Content: The Diagnostic and Return to Play Dilemma, How Concussion Occurs and Pathophysiology, Concussion Signs and
Symptoms, Concussion Evaluation Tools, Concussion Treatment, Recovery
Epidemiology, Return to Function – Academics and Play, Risk Factors and Protective Equipment, Short and Long Term Sequelae, Neurocognitive
Testing, Concussion Sideline Assessment, Key Points
Level 2 – Advanced
Concussion Management (Level 1 is a prerequisite for taking Level 2)
Speaker: Paul Berkner, DO
Level of Difficulty: intermediate
Content: Updates from
Zurich 2012, Using ImPACT Testing in Concussion Management, Interpreting
ImPACT Test Results, Concussion
- 7:30pm to 4:30pm
MCMI Level 1: 9:30am to 1:00pm
2: 1:30pm to 4:30pm
Fee: $100 for all
participants for the entire day
How to register: online atwww.biausa.org
then click on BIAA-Maine (in the menu on the left)
CMEs will be provided.
Exact contact hours not determined at this time
For more information contact:
Jan Salis, PT, ATC, MCMI - Membership and Education Committee - Chair
firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 577-2018
Maine Health Management Coalition and Maine Medical Association's 2016 Symposium
Thursday, October 27
Holiday Inn By The Bay, Portland
About the Symposium
For this year's symposium we will be continuing to highlight and explore actionable strategies that each of us can take to help improve health and lower costs. Our keynote speaker, David Blumenthal, MD, President of The Commonwealth Fund, will share examples of how organizations around the country are getting more value from their health care dollars, and breakout sessions will dive into the details to highlight individual efforts that organizations in our state can emulate. There will be presentations on tackling prescription drug abuse for providers and employers, alternative payment arrangements being tested through employer/provider partnerships, and overview of how MACRA will impact the payment landscape in our state, and more!
When: Thursday, October 27, 2016, 8am - 5pm
Where: Holiday Inn By The Bay, 88 Spring Street, Portland ME 04101
Register at https://www.cvent.com/events/mhmc-mma-annual-symposium/registration-2518042715b34604b410c658a1a32973.aspx
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PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN - Eastern Maine Medical Center
Eastern Maine Medical Center seeks a primary care physician, board-certified/board-eligible in internal medicine, to join our well-established, quality-driven, outpatient practice. Husson Internal Medicine is one of seven primary care practices operated by Eastern Maine Medical Center. Our practice was the second in the nation to achieve “Patient-Centered Medical Home” status with NCQA. All physicians are NCQA-certified in diabetes and cardiac care. Our primary care network, largest in our area, has adopted a new practice model to include teams of one physician, one nurse practitioner, two registered nurses, and two medical assistants.
Eastern Maine Medical Center is a 411-bed, regional, tertiary care and level II trauma center serving the more than 500,000 residents living in central, eastern, and northern Maine We offer a collegial atmosphere, cutting-edge EMR, generous vacation and CME benefit, flexible work schedule, and reasonable call schedule. No hospital call required. Candidates in need of J-1 visa waivers welcome to apply.
For confidential consideration, please contact: Amanda Klausing Eastern Maine Medical Center Phone: 207-973-5358 email@example.com
PHYSICIAN - Penobscot Community Health Care
Penobscot Community Health Care is seeking a Physician who
is interested in working on a team dedicated to patient-centered care,
innovation and collaboration for their Belfast location, Seaport Community
Health Center. If this sounds like an opportunity you would be interested in,
You will be working on a team that has served its community
for nearly 30 years!
You will be providing comprehensive, integrated primary
health care services for an organization that exemplifies their Mission in everything
You will be working on a team that recently achieved the
highest level of recognition as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) by the
National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
You will be given the chance to make a difference in the
lives of not only your patients, but the community you serve…every day.
For more information, please contact Vanessa Sanderson,
Recruitment Coordinator, Penobscot Community Health Center at (207) 404-8015 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHYSICIAN/MEDICAL DIRECTOR - Nasson Health Care
Nasson Health Care is seeking a qualified clinical leader to work collaboratively with a team of health and administrative professionals to provide comprehensive primary care to patients while utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care delivery.
The Physician/Medical Director:
- Provides advice and counsel regarding a broad range of clinical, clinical policy, programmatic and strategic issues required to achieve the short and long-term strategies and objectives of Nasson Health Care;
- Provides direct clinical services and oversees physicians and advanced practice nurses; works in partnership with members of the practice team to manage the care of patients, assuring a high standard of medical care;
- A minimum of three years’ experience as a Medical Director of a primary care medical practice; A degree from an accredited medical school in the U.S.,
- Board certification in Family or Internal Medicine; An unrestricted Maine license to practice medicine, as well as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency license;
- Working knowledge of the core concepts of evidence-based practice, social and behavioral determinants of health, population-based care, integration of medical, behavioral health and dental care, and Meaningful Use of health information technology.
Visit http://www.nassonhealthcare.org for an application. Completed cover letter, resume, and employment application will be accepted until position is filled.
INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICIAN - Maine Medical Partners Internal Medical Clinic
Maine Medical Partners is seeking a PT BC/BE internal
medicine physician for their Internal Medicine Outpatient Clinic at Maine
Medical Center in Portland, Maine.
The Clinic is the
primary outpatient teaching site for Maine Medical Center’s Internal Medicine
Residency Program and is the medical home for a culturally diverse
population. The ideal candidate
will have an interest in residency education and international/immigrant patient
care. The clinical portion of the
position involves a mix of direct patient care and the precepting of Internal
Maine Medical Center has 637 licensed beds and is the state’s
leading tertiary care hospital, with a full complement of residencies and
fellowships and an integral part of Tufts University Medical School.
For more information please contact Alison C.
Nathanson, Director, MaineHealth Physician Recruitment Center at (207) 661-7383 or email@example.com.
FAMILY MEDICINE/OUTPATIENT INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICIAN
The Maine Highlands offers great outdoor adventures, historic and cultural experiences, many culinary delights and unexpected entertainment opportunities. KVHC’s newest clinic, Brownville, is located in the Maine Highlands and Katahdin Region. As a result of this continuous growth, Katahdin Valley Health Center is recruiting a Family Medicine/ Outpatient Internal Medicine Physician that is committed to providing quality health care services to the people in the Brownville/Millinocket Maine regions. KVHC’s clinics are outpatient only and offers a four day work week with a competitive salary and benefit package which includes: a 10% of first year salary sign on bonus, generous amounts of paid time off and $2500 annually toward CME. Physicians who join KVHC are eligible to apply for NHSC Loan Repayment.
To learn more about KVHC and Practitioner Opportunities, please contact Michelle LeFay at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.kvhc.org. KVHC is an equal opportunity employer.
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