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September 9, 2019

In This Issue
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
MMA Holds Successful Annual Session in Bar Harbor
MMA Membership Approves Resolutions on Immunizations, Plastic Waste
Vaping Illness Cases Rise; Now Five Deaths
This Week's Public Health Updates from the AMA
PMP Password Policy Change; New SAMHS Director Attends Annual Session
Maine CDC to Hold Rulemaking on Death With Dignity
129th MAINE LEGISLATURE
MMA Legislative Calls Finished for the Session
UPCOMING EVENTS
Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
MICIS Individual Academic Detailing Sessions on Opioid Topics
2019 Clinical & Legal Opioid Update: Tuesday, Sept 10th at the Augusta Civic Center
MICIS: 2019 Clinical & Legal Opioid Update - Fall Dates Scheduled
VA Maine Healthcare System to Host Community Mental Health Summit on MAT September 11th
Qualidigm Rapid Induction Starting in the ED (RISE) Training
Obesity Medicine: There is no 'one size fits all' - Monthly Lecture Series Beginning September 18th
Maine Concussion Management Initiative (MCMI) Training Program - October 9
Celebrate 65 Years of MMA Executive Leadership on Oct. 26. Tickets Available Now
MMA partners with the Maine Suicide Prevention Program and the Maine CDC/Sweetser to offer training for clinicians.
HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Physician
Nurse Practitioner
Full-time, Part-time and Leadership Opportunities for Physicians
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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PMP Password Policy Change; New SAMHS Director Attends Annual Session

In response to the expression of concerns from physicians, the Maine Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) has modified its requirements for password changes by its users, moving from a 3-month time limit to 6 months.

Gordon Smith, Esq., Maine's Director of Opioid Response, announced today that the change will take place in the next few days. Users of the PMP will no longer have to change their passwords every three months. Instead, those changes (which are necessary to maintain the safety and integrity of the system) will only be required every six months.

This is one of several changes that will be put into place in the coming weeks. At this weekend's MMA Annual Session, the Governor introduced the new Director of Maine's Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHS), Jessica Pollard, Ph.D. Director Pollard will begin her new duties on September 30th, but we were all pleased that she was able to come to Bar Harbor and meet MMA members. Her presence underlines the emphasis the DHHS is placing on working with physicians and other members of the health care community for the advancement of public health throughout Maine.

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