MCMS fall letter
Issues that will be addressed in legislation include:
– The scope of practice for mid-levels, most specifically nurse practitioners, and nurse anesthetists. With the influx of new patients and a lack of primary care providers there will be a push and a need to utilize mid-level health care providers at their level of skill “at the top of their license”.
– The Medicare reimbursement system-which is antiquated and does not fit with new incentives and requirements of health care. Their new website is http://www.FixMedicareNow.org.
– Auto no-fault reform.
– And there is always Tort reform.
Other Muskegon opportunities for professionalism and community:
-The Michigan state medical alliance organization, with the Muskegon county medical alliance whose mission is to work in partnerships with the MSMS and AMA to develop, implement and support educational programs that improve the public health. (web sites- http://msmsa.org and http://mcmsa.org. )
Their group is working on setting up a health forum in January for the public in Muskegon addressing childhood immunization, obesity and bullying with speakers.
-West Michigan Osteopathic Society
Offer educational programs as well as community support/projects and advocacy.
-Dr. Knudsen and Dr. Akinrinade will be presenting cme topic- When to refer patient with CKD to the nephrologist on !0/22 Hackley auditorium. Dinner served. RSVP to Shirley Green (firstname.lastname@example.org)
-WMOA is hosting its’ fall ½ day conference on diabetes on October 30 at Muskegon Holiday Inn from 7AM to 3 PM.
They also have monthly CME opportunities for its’ members.
-MCMSA (medical alliance) is hosting a fall barn party on Sunday Oct 20 at the Barkett’s for the entire family.
RSVP to Kandace Boysen at email@example.com by Oct. 15.
-Meet and Greet at the Muskegon Country Club on Nov. 8
Please come and renew acquaintances, and make new ones. Spouses invited.