Practice Management

New York State DOH Releases Mandatory Prescriber CME Course FAQ and Attestation Process

The NYS Department of Health (DOH) recently released an FAQ document to answer questions prescribers may have about the mandated Pain Management CME course requirement which must be completed by July 1, 2017. You can read the FAQ here.

In addition, NYS DOH has released information on the attestation process that can be read here.

NYACP, in collaboration with Boston University School of Medicine, offers a free, online 3-hour course which meets the requirement of this State mandate.

<<You can read more and access the course here.

Save-the-Date!

Saturday, June 3, 2017
2017 NYACP
 Scientific Meeting
and Poster Competition

Hyatt Regency Hotel,
Rochester, NY


Program Agenda
and Registration Information

Advocacy

Get Involved in Effecting Change with the NYACP Resolutions Process

What policy, practice, or public health issues impact you, your patients, colleagues, or staff? We want to hear from you!
Use the resolutions process to initiate change in  our state or at the federal level right from your home or office.

The Resolutions Process is a mechanism for grassroots involvement in the affairs and policy discussions of the College and Chapter. Members who have an interest are encouraged to actively participate by submitting a short synopsis of the challenge to your practice and a proposed solution.  Resolutions can address ACP/NYACP policy and also state and federal health policy issues. You may submit your resolutions at any time online.

Visit the NYACP Resolutions page to learn more and to access the online submission form.  You may also contact your local Governor or Councilor if you would like to discuss your ideas further, or let Chapter staff know if you would like additional assistance in developing a resolution.

Over the past few years, topics such as payment reform, paperwork and administrative hassle, onerous regulations, public health, patient safety and membership services have been introduced as resolutions through our Chapter.  Let your voice be heard!



Additional News:
 



NY Chapter Wins 2 ACP Awards

Congratulation to the New York Chapter on Winning a 2016 Chapter Excellence Award and a 2016 John Tooker Evergreen Award!



NYACP /BU Online Pain  
Management Course
Now Available!

The NYACP in conjunction with Boston University has developed a 3-hour online CME course thatis also eligible for
3 MOC points.

By completing the online course and post test questions, all prescribers will satisfy the requirements and obtain the necessary certificates as mandated
by Chapter 71 of the Laws of 2016,

The course must be completed by
July 1, 2017.



NYACP Legal Counsel:

Laurie Cohen, Esq., Partner at Nixon Peabody, LLP and the Chapter's Attorney provides members with support and direction through articles and answering questions relevant to general practice. Now named “Law Firm of the Year” in Health Care Law by U.S. News and World Report!



MLMIC


2017 HEALTHCARE LAW REVIEW
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- 11 Dates & Locations around the State

Winter 2017 Issue of MLMIC's Case Review Newsletter featuring the following cases:
...  Case #1 - Breaches in Standard of Care Lead to Meningitis

...  Case #2 - A Delay in the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

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