As the end of 2018 quickly approaches, there’s still time to use remaining CME funds and satisfy the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board’s (MEB) mandate. The Wisconsin Medical Society offers many opportunities for physician professional development, including two programs that satisfy the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board’s CME requirement for opioid prescribing.
Available on-demand, “Alternatives to Opioids in Treating Acute and Chronic Pain” is a follow-up to the Society’s highly rated “Wisconsin Medical Examining Board Opioid Prescribing Guideline” webinar. Both two-hour webinars are presented by Michael McNett, MD, medical director, Aurora Pain Program GMS-PSM and have been approved by the MEB for the 2018-2019 CME cycle as well as Maintenance of Certification part II credit.
These programs are part of a series developed by the Society. Click here for more information.
Another option is the Society’s popular Medical Records and the Law seminar. Featuring presentations by health care law attorneys from Quarles and Brady, LLC, the seven-part series address issues important to physicians and their practices. Click here to learn more.
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