March 22, 2022

In This Issue
MMA Joins with MOA and Maine CDC for Important Webinar—with CME—on Outpatient COVID Meds
SAVE THE DATE: New MMA Independent Practice Section Inaugural Meeting
2022 Match Week Highlights
A Discussion on Opioid Policy in Maine and Across the Country
FDA to Hold Advisory Committee Meeting on COVID-19 Vaccines to Discuss Future Boosters
mRNA Vaccines Shown to be Very Effective Against Omicron
FDA: Use and Store At-Home COVID-19 Tests Properly to Avoid Potential Harm
What We’re Reading; What We’re Watching; What We’re Listening To
Pearl of the Week: Peer Support Is Key
Status of AMA Litigation on the No Surprises Act
AMA Telehealth Survey Results
NEW - Physicians Foundation Fellowship Program
Integrating Care for Perinatal Populations with Opioid Use Disorder Online Webinar - March 29th
Live Webinar—Healthcare Crisis Management: Preparing for Potential Litigation in a Pandemic and Post-Pandemic World - March 30th
Save the Date: 2022 Maine Tobacco Treatment and Prevention Conference (May 9-10)
Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
Using Data to Improve Opioid Prescribing - presented by MICIS
NAMI Maine: Suicide Prevention & Management in Healthcare Practice Settings
Senior Physician Executive (SPE) - Northern Light Health
Thoracic Surgeon Opportunity at Progressive Medical Center in Maine
Lead Hematology/Oncology Opportunity in Northern Maine
Experienced Emergency Medicine PA Opportunity in Bangor, Maine!
Urgent Care Physician Assistant /Nurse Practitioner in Beautiful Northern Maine
Experienced Per Diem Hospice Nurse Practitioner

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MMA Joins with MOA and Maine CDC for Important Webinar—with CME—on Outpatient COVID Meds

The Maine Medical Association has been working closely with the Maine Center for Disease Control and the Maine Osteopathic Association to plan an important and informative webinar concerning five approved and currently available outpatient meds to fight back against COVID hospitalizations and death. CME is available.

Maine has been averaging around 100 hospitalizations a day. This is a sharp drop from the recent surge of Omicron-variant infections in Maine in January and February, yet it does not mean we are in the clear. Over 30 COVID-19 deaths were reported to Maine CDC in the first half of March.

The periodicity of hospital waves is too high, and that volatility is not something our healthcare system is built to handle.

We, the Maine Osteopathic Association are jointly promoting a webinar with State Epidemiologist Isaac Benowitz, MD, of Maine CDC., Tuesday, March 29 at noon EDT to learn more about the five approved and available medications available for outpatient settings that can radically reduce the risk of hospitalization and death.

The event has been approved for CME for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits & a maximum of 1.0 AOA Category 2-A credits.

The event is scheduled for this upcoming Tuesday, March 29th at noon. You can register here: https://mainestate.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ew4lNcE9Q7GPaS7Su8Nj6A

Check out the following message from Dr. Benowitz for more detailed information on what to expect during the webinar Tuesday.


More information can also be found by downloading the most recent Maine Health Alert Network (HAN) System bulletin – Increasing Access to COVID-19 Therapies for Non-Hospitalized Patients


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