CMS Lunch & Learn – March 27, 2019

Identifying and Retaining Talent in the 21st Century

Are you having difficulty finding suitable candidates to fill your vacancies? Are your recruiting strategies being challenged by the extremely low unemployment rates often referred to as full-employment? If your answer is yes to either of the questions then mark your calendar and join me for an hour packed information session that will include healthcare labor market trends, just-in-time tools to assist with recruiting talent now and a strategy for building a talent pipeline for your future workforce needs.
Speaker: Kim Moore, Vice President for Workforce Innovation, Tallahassee Community College
Sponsor: Strategic Benefits Group

March 27 2019 L&L Brochure

CMS Lunch & Learn – February 20, 2019

February 20, 2019 L&L Brochure..

“Creating Satisfied Patients Who Love Your Organization”: Building satisfied and loyal advocates for your organization or medical services doesn’t just come from having good medical outcomes. Today’s patients often have choices on where to be seen for medical issues.  They also tend to weigh the emotional side of the equation — how they are treated through the entire process, their ability to understand and relate to doctors and staff, and feeling valued and respected — as much as the factual side — success rates, experience of medical personnel, rates of complications or infection, and timeliness of care and service.
Join us for this lunch-time session to learn and practice ways to communicate positively, learn the impact of words and offering options, and find ways to help build patients who are fierce advocates for your brand.  We promise you’ll leave with some new ideas and have a little fun as well.

Speaker: M. Michelle Bono, APR, CPRC
Sponsor: TMH Federal Credit Union

New Mandatory Requirement for 2-Hour Prescribing Controlled Substances

IMPORTANT UPDATE!

M.D.s

New Mandatory Requirement for 2-Hour Prescribing Controlled Substances (Opioid) CME Course must be taken by January 31, 2019  All DEA licensed physicians that are authorized to prescribe controlled substances MUST complete a 2-hour continuing education course on prescribing controlled substances offered by a statewide professional organization.

This 2-hour course MUST be completed by January 31, 2019 and at each subsequent renewal.

The Florida Medical Association is offering this course at:  FMA Course

FMA Member Price; $25.00
FMA Non-Member Price:  $75.00

 

D.O.s

New Mandatory Requirement for 2-Hour Prescribing Controlled Substances (Opioid) CME Course must be taken by January 31, 2019  All DEA licensed physicians that are authorized to prescribe controlled substances MUST complete a 2-hour continuing education course on prescribing controlled substances offered by a statewide professional organization.

This 2-hour course MUST be completed by January 31, 2019 and at each subsequent renewal.

The Florida Osteopathic Medical Association is offering this course at:  FOMA Course

FOMA Members: Complimentary
The course is being offered complimentary to FOMA members for this initial cycle (ending 1/31/19).

If you are a FOMA member, please call their office to gain access to the FOMA member discount code.  850-878-7364
Non-FOMA members: $75.00

May 2018 CMS Lunch & Learn

CAPITAL MEDICAL SOCIETY LUNCH & LEARN
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Capital Health Plan, 1491 Governors Square Boulevard

Updates on Health Care Reform
The Government Relations team at Florida Blue will provide updates
on how recent activity at the federal and state levels will impact health care policy.

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Please be sure to register by 5-9-18

Stress in Medical Practice: Avoiding Risks of Burnout and Suicide – Register Now!

 Friday, April 13, 2018 – 6:00 pm
Stress in Medical Practice: Avoiding Risks of Burnout and Suicide
(original published event date: 4-27-18, updated to 4-13-18)
1-Hour CME
Presented by: Stefan A. Pasternack, M.D.
Dr. Stefan Pasternack is a Board Certified Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst and Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.  He graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1965 and completed his internship at UCLA Affiliated Hospitals in 1966 and his psychiatry residency at the University of Cincinnati  Medical Center in 1969. He served as Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy at National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland from 1969-1971 and was additionally responsible for the training of military psychiatry residents.
Spouse/Partner Invited

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