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January 22, 2018

In This Issue
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Changing of the Guard at MMA Board Meeting: A New President Takes Over
Senior Section Luncheon January 24 Features Speakers on Precision Medicine
2017-18 Flu Season a Bad One
5 tips to help your patients make their new year a healthy one
US DHHS Proposes New Conscience and Religious Freedom Rules for Health Care
Administration Extends Opioid Emergency Declaration
Lyme Disease Continues to Rise in Maine
Important Update on MaineCare Provider Enrollment Applications: New Application Fee Amount for 2018
Claims-Based Quality Reporting for MIPS: Submitting MIPS Quality Codes on CMS-1500 Claims
Community Health Options Sues Federal Government for $5.7 Million
128TH MAINE LEGISLATURE
Legislative Call This Tuesday, January 23rd
Legislative Report: Hospital Program Closures, School-based Health Centers
UPCOMING EVENTS
Healthcare Suicide Prevention Protocol Development Training - half day workshop - March 2
28th Annual Winter Conference - Contemporary Topics in Orthopedics - March 16-18
QC2018: Building Communities of Practice through Innovation - Wednesday, April 4, 2018
New Free CME on Alzheimer's Risk, Detection, and Management
Online Learning Opportunities Offering CME Credits - from the Northern New England Practice Transformation Network
HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
MD/DO
Chief Executive Officer CEO at Greater Portland Health
Outpatient Internal Medicine Physician Bangor, Maine
Relocate to Beautiful Southwestern Maine - Medical Director/Family Practice Physician
Chief Executive Officer - Pines Health Services
Clinical Cardiology Opportunity
Outpatient Only - Internal Medicine with Loan Repayment & Sign-on Bonus
Opportunities at the VA for Volunteer Physicians

 
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Healthcare Suicide Prevention Protocol Development Training - half day workshop - March 2

HEALTHCARE Suicide Prevention PROTOCOL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING on Friday, March 2, 2018 from 8:30am – 12:30pm at the Maine Medical Association, 30 Association Drive, Manchester.

Instructor: Greg Marley, LCSW, Clinical Director, NAMI Maine

Description: Approximately half of those who die by suicide are seen by a medical provider in the month before their death.  Few events are more painful or potentially disruptive to an organization or community than suicide. Suicide prevention protocols provide guidance on steps to safely assess and manage suicidal behavior and increase ongoing safety through a systemic approach to suicide management.   Suicide prevention is part of everyone’s role and protocols support training and implementation to save lives.   *This training is most effective if an organization sends both clinical and administrative staff. 

TO REGISTER: 

https://namimaine.site-ym.com/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1060557&group

If you have questions, please email the Program Director, Dee Kerry at  dkerry@mainemed.com

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