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New Society education focuses on 3 timely topics

Telemedicine, civil rights compliance and an innovative pilot program aimed at preventing child abuse are the focus of three new Wisconsin Medical Society educational offerings.

Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, each of the following programs is available on-demand through the Society’s Continuing Education Center. MOC Part 2 credit is available for some specialties as well.

Distant Doctoring: The Impact of Telemedicine on the Practice of Medicine
Telemedicine can lead to improved patient outcomes, increased access to care, reduced costs and more, but there are also many concerns. Designed for primary care and specialty physicians, allied health professionals and nurses, this one-hour webinar provides an overview of both federal and Wisconsin law on telemedicine, the impact these laws have on physician practices, and potential opportunities and compliance challenges relating to telemedicine. Click here for more information.

Wisconsin Civil Rights Compliance
Wisconsin’s Civil Rights Compliance Requirements, released in November 2017, describe what entities receiving federal funds from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), the Department of Children and Families (DCF), and the Department of Workforce Development (DWD) must do to ensure nondiscrimination in service delivery. This includes providing access to individuals with limited English proficiency and individuals with disabilities.

Designed for all health care professionals who receive Medicaid reimbursements or other federal funds through Wisconsin DHS, DCF, or DWD, this one-hour webinar will help participants navigate the new requirement to ensure their organizations comply with CRC requirements and meet key deadlines. Click here for more information.

GunderKids: Design of a Clinical Care Management Program for Parents with Substance Abuse and Their Newborn Children with a Focus on Preventing Child Abuse
A report in the current issue of WMJ describes an innovative pilot program designed in response to an increased need to care for babies born to mothers with substance abuse issues. Click here to access the CME activity.

To learn more about the Society’s educational opportunities, visit our Education Center. If you have questions, email education@wismed.org.

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