Recorded Webinars

NYACP is now offering on-demand viewing for previously recorded webinars.  You will need to use your NYACP members-only password to access the webinars. Please note that CME credit was ONLY available for the live webinar event.   These recordings/power points are made available to you as a member benefit for review at your convenience. You do not need to join VIMEO in order to view the webinars.  Forgot your password? Click here

NYS DOH State Innovation Model (SIM) Listening Session Webinar

Presented on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Faculty: Marietta Angelotti, ,MD, Associate Medical Director for the Office of Quality and Patient Safety at the NYS DOH
              Hope Plavin, M.P.A. , Acting Director of the Innovation Center at the NYSDOH

The New York Chapter, American College of Physicians is hosting a Department of Health State Innovation Model (SIM) Listening Session Webinar
to obtain feedback from physicians on various aspects of the Advanced Primary Care (APC) Model. The State Innovation Model aims to transform the
delivery of primary care in the state.  To learn more about the SIM go to:
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NYACP Abstract Grading Webinar

Presented on July 21, 2015 at 12:00 pm

Presenter: Joseph Wayne, MD, FACP, NYACP Poster Committee Chair, Associate Professor Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, Clerkship Director, Internal Medicine, Associate Program Director Internal Medicine at Albany Medical College-Department of Internal Medicine

This webinar provides instruction on how to grade online abstract submission for the NY Chapter ACP's competitions. Dr. Joseph Wayne, NYACP Poster Committee Chair presents an overview on the grading process and criteria to review the abstracts.

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SHIN-NY Statewide Patient Record Look-Up Webinar

New York’s Health Information Network – An Update on Statewide Connectivity

Presented on June 16, 2015
Presenters: Lisa Halprin, Chief Marketing Executive, NY eHealth Collaborative, Inez Sieben, Chief Operating Officer, NY eHealth Collaborative and Paul Wilder, Chief Information Officer, NY eHealth Collaborative

With more and more practices using electronic medical records and health information technology, it is important that physicians understand how to access patient records outside of their practice. This webinar will update physicians on the status of interconnectivity of patient records through the regional health information organizations (RHIOS) across New York State.

Co-Sponsored by NYACP in conjunction with MSSNY and the New York eHealth Collaborative, the objectives for this webinar are:

  • Provide an update and overview of the Statewide Healthcare Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY) and its value to healthcare providers
  • Give Healthcare Providers Information on how they will be able to access and share patient records through SHIN-NY
  • Provide an overview of what capabilities will be available for healthcare providers this year and what they may already be able to access

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In addition, there were handouts included with the webinar:

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Chronic Care Management: How to Get Paid by CMS

Presented on March 25, 2015
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Presenter: Shari Erickson, MPH, Vice President. Governmental Affairs & Medical Practice, American College of Physicians (ACP)
Margo Williams, MHA, CMPE, Sr. Associate, Practice Management, Dept. of Medical Practice, ACP
Brian Outland, Associate, Practice Management, Dept. of Medical Practice, ACP


This webinar will:

  • Provide you with information on the latest rules for billing Chronic Care Management (CCM) service codes under Medicare
  • Update you on who is eligible for this code, and patient agreement requirements
  • Inform you on who can provide CCM services within your practice

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I-Stop and Electronic Prescribing for New York Providers

Presented on February 4, 2015
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Presenter: Brian Brodsky, Sales Analyst

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Topics to be covered:

          •New York State Controlled Substance Epidemic
          •I-STOP Legislation & New York State Prescription Monitoring System (PMP)
          •Legend and Controlled Substance E-prescribing
          •Rcopia® and EPCS Gold? 2.0 Demo


   EPCS in the State of New York

   Presented on December 3, 2014
    12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
    Presenter: Ken Majkowski, E-P Partner Development
                        Ken Whittemore, Sr. Vice President Regulatory Affairs

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With the impending mandate to electronically prescribe all prescriptions, including prescriptions for controlled substances rapidly approaching, this webinar will address the current state of pharmacy and physician adoption EPCS in New York, inform prescribers as to what steps they need to take to be legally capable of E-prescribing controlled substances by March 27, 2015, and an overview of how to obtain and verify software installation.

Topics to include:
• Summarize key aspects of the ISTOP bill as it relates to EPCS
• Understand the current adoption of EPCS by New York pharmacies and prescribers
• Know the key steps a prescriber must follow in order to legally E-Prescribe controlled substances in New York by March 27, 2015

   Practice Transformation From the Bottom to the Top

    Presented on November 18, 2014
    7:00 - 8:00 pm
    Presenter: Edward Stehlik, MD, MACP

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Learning Objectives:
    (1)To provide greater understanding of how the electronic medical record has fundamentally changed physicians workflow
     (2) Recognize how workflow changes and reengineering are needed to adapt to the  changes created by EHR's and Advanced Practice requirements;
     (3) Describe steps practices can use to begin transforming their practices to accommodate these changes

 New York's Out-of-Network Coverage Law

Presented on October 30, 2014
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Presenter: Rebecca Simone, Associate, Nixon Peabody LLP

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Learning Objectives:

  • Overview of the recent out-of-network coverage law in New York: who is affected, what is required and when it takes effect
  • Policies and procedures for physicians to implement to comply with the new law
  • Effect of the new law on patient disclosures and referrals
  • Billing changes for the out-of-network provider

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  How Does the Physician Payment Sunshine Act Impact You?
   Presented on October 7, 2014
   12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
   Presenter: Brian French, Esq. Nixon Peabody

Topics to Include:
The requirements of , and information to be disclosed under, the Physician Payment Sunshine Act and "Open Payments" program ;Important Developments and trends regarding public access to Medicare payment information; The legal risks and practical implications arising from increased transperency of health care provider payment information and the steps providers can take to minimize risks and ensure   compliance

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   Understanding the Changes in ABIM's Maintenance of Certification Program
    Presented on September 16, 2014
    12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
    Presenter: Kevin Caviston

 In an effort to help NYACP members understand the recent changes to the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program impact them, ABIM staff member   Kevin Caviston will give a presentation focused on the MOC program and will discuss the reasons behind the changes to the program, how the changes impact board-certified physicians and identify ways in which physicians can meet the MOC requirements

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In Search of Joy  in Practice: Innovations in Ambulatory Care
Presented on September 9, 2014
7:00-8:00 pm
Presenter: Christine Sinsky, MD, FACP


Board Certified Internist - Medical Associates Clinic and Health Plans, Dubuque IA
AMA Advisory Council for Physician Career Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability
Course Objectives: (1) Describe proactive planned care, with pre-visit planning
and pre-visit laboratory tests (2) Discuss sharing clinical care among a team, with expanded rooming protocols, standing orders and panel management

(3) Improve clinical tasks using collaborative documentation (scribing), non-physician order
entry and streamlined prescription management and (4) Improving communication by verbal messaging and in-box management.

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The Clinical Role in Pain Management and New Regulatory Requirements Regarding Your Prescribing of Controlled Substances: What Internists Need to Know
Presented live on August 7,  2013
7:00pm - 8:00pm ET

1. Learn appropriate pain assessment and management with opioids and adjuvant analgesics including medication selection, titration, and conversion.
2.Review NYS controlled substance changes that impact your practice.
3. Receive instructions on how to comply with the new requirements for all controlled substance prescriptions effective August 27, 2013.

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June 12, 2013
6:30pm - 7:30pm ET

Objective: Review the statute, reporting requirements and discuss concerns that physicians may have.

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Digital Transformation of MOLST
October 25, 2012
12:00pm - 1:00pm ET

1. List the key functionality of New York’s eMOLST application
2. Explain how eMOLST improves provider satisfaction, clinical and legal outcomes and serves as a system-based solution;
3. Demonstrate the secure web-based eMOLST application highlighting key quality and patient safety features and eMOLST Training Tools

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