Maine Medicine Weekly Update - 09/24/2018  (Plain Text Version)

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In this issue:
•  Attorney General Releases Overdose Death Numbers for First Half of 2018
•  Dr. Dora Mills Joins MaineHealth Community Health Efforts
•  MMA Seeks Contract Academic Detailer/Prescriber Educator
•  US Senate Passes Bill Prohibiting Gag Clauses for PBMs
•  2019 CPT Code Set Released
•  MEJP, Speaker Gideon Urge CMS to Approve MaineCare Expansion
•  Richard A. Evans, M.D. Honored as Outgoing Chair of New England Delegation to AMA
•  MMA Listening Session in Newcastle on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 6:00-8:00pm
•  Do you hold a DEA X-waiver to prescribe buprenorphine?
•  Identifying Substance Use Early Saves Lives! - SBIRT with Motivational Interviewing Training
•  MaineHealth Announces 2018-19 Tobacco Treatment Training Program
•  12/31/18 Deadline for All MDs Who Do NOT Prescribe Opioids
•  MMA Presentation on Healthcare Issues Considered by 128th Legislature Now Available
•  Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
•  Health Care for Maine Conference October 1
•  Invitation to join Older Adult ECHO Program beginning October 4th - Applications close 9/28.
•  Maine Concussion Management Initiative final training program for 2018 on October 16
•  MICIS 3-hour Opioid CME Presentations - Augusta 10/16, Wells 10/17, Portland 11/26
•  Harvard Professor and Author Philip Landrigan, MD speaks at UNE evening of Friday, Oct 19
•  Northern New England Society of Addiction Medicine 2018 Annual Conference & Meeting - Nov 2-3
•  Introduction to Lean in Healthcare Full-Day Workshop on Friday, November 9
•  Division of Disease Surveillance Annual Infectious Disease Conference - November 14
•  Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - Nasson Health Care
•  Nurse Practitioner - Nasson Health Care
•  BC/BE Family Physician
•  Internal Medicine MD or DO (BE/BC)
•  Internal Medicine Physician
•  Franklin Health Behavioral Services is seeking a BC/BE Psychiatrist/Medical Director
•  Family Nurse Practitioner - Ellsworth
•  Clinical Cardiology Opportunity
•  Internal Medicine Outpatient Physician
•  Medical Director/Family Practice Physician - Relocate to Beautiful Southwestern Maine
•  Outpatient Internal Medicine Physician Bangor, Maine
•  Maine's Largest FQHC in need of Physician for Geriatric Program
•  Multiple Family Med Opportunities in Beloved Community Health Centers
•  Opportunities at the VA for Volunteer Physicians


Harvard Professor and Author Philip Landrigan, MD speaks at UNE evening of Friday, Oct 19

Children and Environmental Toxins: What Everyone Needs to Know - Friday, October 19th at UNE's Innovation Hall. Harvard Professor and Author Philip Landrigan, MD has helped shaped public health policy to save the lives of children around the world. 



Join us for an extraordinary opportunity to hear from someone who has shaped public health policy and saved the lives of children around the world. Please help us welcome Dr. Philip Landrigan.

Children and Environmental Toxins: What Everyone Needs to Know. 

Friday, October 19, 2018

5:30PM reception, 6:30PM talk (followed by Q&A)

Innovation Hall, UNE Portland campus

Registration CLICK HERE 

Dr Landrigan is an international leader in public health and preventive medicine. He is a pediatrician and epidemiologist and his pioneering research on the effects of lead poisoning in children led the US government to mandate removal of lead from gasoline. His leadership of a National Academy of Sciences Committee on pesticides in children’s diets resulted in the passage of the Food Quality Protection Act in 1996, a major US federal pesticide law and the first environmental statute to contain specific protections for infants and children.