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August 26, 2019

In This Issue
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
MMA Annual Session in Bar Harbor September 6-8
MaineHealth & Anthem to Form Joint Insurance Venture
Celebrate 65 Years of MMA Executive Leadership on Oct. 26. Tickets Available Now
CDC: Many Adults Skip Diabetes Meds Due to Cost
Home Health Changes in CMS Rules: Implications for Primary Diagnosis
This Week's Public Health Updates from the AMA
USPSTF Updates Recommendations for Breast, Ovarian Cancer Gene Screening
CDC Videos on Discussing Vaccines With Parents, Patients
AMA Urges CMS to Reduce Administrative Burden on Physicians
129th MAINE LEGISLATURE
MMA Legislative Calls Finished for the Session
Legislature Returns to Augusta for a Day August 26th
UPCOMING EVENTS
Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
MICIS Individual Academic Detailing Sessions on Opioid Topics
2019 Clinical & Legal Opioid Update: September 10th at the Augusta Civic Center
2019 Clinical & Legal Opioid Update: MICIS Fall Presentations
VA Maine Healthcare System to Host Community Mental Health Summit on MAT September 11th
Quality Counts: Rapid Induction Starting in the ED (RISE) Training, ECHO Program
Obesity Medicine: There is no 'one size fits all' - Monthly Lecture Series Beginning September 18th
Maine Concussion Management Initiative (MCMI) Training Program - October 9
MMA partners with the Maine Suicide Prevention Program to offer training for clinicians.
HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Outpatient Internal Medicine Physician Bangor, Maine
BC/BE Family Medicine or Internal Medicine Physician
Northern Light Sebasticook Valley Hospital seeks a BC/BE General Surgeon
Family Medicine Opportunity in Beautiful Western Maine
Physician Director of Primary Care
Family Medicine Specialist or an Internist
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunities at the VA for Volunteer Physicians
Volunteer Opportunity with Partners for World Health

 
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Maine Concussion Management Initiative (MCMI) Training Program - October 9

The Maine Concussion Management Initiative (MCMI) has its final training program for 2019 on October 9 at the annual conference of the Brain Injury Association of America-Maine Chapter. MCMI training will be listed as the Youth Concussion Track.

The BIAA-Maine Chapter conference will be held at the Abromson Community Education Center on the campus of the University of Southern Maine. The conference runs from 8:00am to 4:30pm. The MCMI Youth Concussion Track will have Level 1 from 9:30am to 1:00pm and Level 2 from 1:30pm to 4:30pm.

Registration will be online at the BIAA-Maine Chapter website www.biausa.org and should be available by August.

Level 1 is the Introduction to Concussions and Concussion Management. Level 2 is Advance Concussion Management that includes interpreting neurocognitive tests. Level 1 is a prerequisite for Level 2. MCMI training is appropriate for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, neuropsychologists, school nurses, athletic trainers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, athletic directors, and coaches.

For any questions – please contact: Jan Salis, PT, ATC, at jsalis@aol.com or 207-577-2018.

 

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