The Wyoming Medical Society updates it members on various meetings, CME events, and legislative upates weekly during the Legislative session and bi-monthly when the Legislature is out-of-session. Below is an archive of membership information. 

The Wyoming Medical Society's Annual Meeting is just two weeks away, set for June 2-4 at Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand Teton National Park. This year's speaker line-up is set and impressive to put it mildly. Among this year's speakers are:

The 65th Wyoming State Legislature will convene for the 2017 General Session Monday, January 10, and run for up to 40 days. The Wyoming capitol is under construction for renovations and updating meaning that the Wyoming Medical Society will be with the Legislature at the Jonah Business Center advocating for Wyoming physicians, physician assistants and their patients.

Recent News

The National Practitioner Data Bank is revised for 2015

CHEYENNE - The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) is a manual developed by the federal government to provide guidance on NPDB-related requirements.  The Guidebook was first published in 2001, and remained unchanged until 2015.  Physicians should be aware that the recent revisions to the NPDB Guidebook make several important changes to the NPDB’s interpretation of hospital’s NPDB obligations, recommending that hospitals and other reporting entities to adopt a broader definition of “investigation” in the peer-review context and to interpret any leave of absence as a “surrender of privileges.”