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Medigram: November 21, 2019

Top Story

Clarke shares health care concerns with State Senate President
Society member Gerald Clarke, MD, and his wife, Sherry, attended “Rothtoberfest,” a fundraiser for State Senate President Roger Roth (R – Appleton) in Appleton on Monday evening. Read more.

News Briefs

CME Conference keynote to focus on trauma-informed care
The Wisconsin Medical Society has partnered with the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health to bring together experts on emerging health care trends within the transition zone of adolescents becoming young adults for the Society’s Annual Meeting Education Conference. Read more.

History repeats itself: medical liability insurance premiums on the rise
Physicians in Wisconsin will soon be paying more for medical professional liability (MPL) insurance thanks to a cyclical “hardening” of the market. Read more.

Medical students seeking additional survey participants
As mentioned in the August 1 Medigram, Medical students at the Medical College of Wisconsin–Green Bay created a survey to identify gender bias that physicians in Wisconsin may experience. Read more.