Each week the Wyoming Medical Society receives a number of webinar, CME, and other conference opportunities which we share with our members without endorsement. This week’s list includes:
The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Labor, Health, and Human Services Committee will meet April 28-29 at Casper College. A very robust agenda includes time to discuss State-owned Healthcare facilities; Title 7 Placements; Implementation of the Gatekeeper Process, Provider reimbursement and a multi-payer claims database. Click here to see the full agenda.
There is a new PQRS Learning and Action Network starting this month through Mountain-Pacific. The purpose of this monthly meeting is to provide anyone subjected to PQRS a place to get timely updates, ask questions, and learn from each other. As the payment methods and models for eligible professionals are shifting, Mountain-Pacific Quality Health wants to provide a forum where participants can get updates in a timely fashion. The LAN will be in addition to the frequent, in-depth educational webinars provided by the Health Technology staff.
Here is a link to The Physicians Foundation’s national Survey of America’s Physicians. We currently are conducting the 2016 version of the survey and are encouraging all doctors to participate.
The American Academy of Family Physicians released its April e-newsletter, Family Practice Management. The subject matter includes tools to help with chronic care management, how to start a good workday, as well as notes on family practice compensation.
The April 14 edition of the MLN Providers e-News has been released. Among the subject...