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Get a Sneak Peek at ISMS Educational Events Coming in 2014
Posted on: 12/20/2013

While the ISMS Education Center is in full swing offering numerous on-demand courses designed to fit your unique needs, here's a look at upcoming educational opportunities for 2014.

Live seminars

Keeping Pace: Strategies for Medical Practice in 2014 and Beyond

This seminar will address care coordination, reimbursement structures and technology roadblocks.

  • February 28, Oak Brook
  • March 12, Springfield

Physician Quality and Efficiency Forum

  • August 8, Des Plaines

On-demand courses

  • How Not to Practice Defensive Medicine in an Era of Quality and Efficiency
  • Physician Stress and Burnout: Prevalence, Impact and What We Can Do
  • Looking Forward: Addressing Pre-Employment, Hiring and Termination Issues
  • ICD-10-CM and the Importance of Clinical Documentation Improvement on the Medical Practice
  • Industry Trends, Impacts and Strategies: How Illinois Practices Can Keep Up the Pace
  • Physician Employment and What Doctors Need to Know About Contracting
  • Illinois Prescription Monitoring Program and Your Practice
  • Prescribing Controlled Substances in Hospitals and Other Facilities
  • The Authority to Prescribe Controlled Substances in Illinois for Physicians, Advanced Practice Nurses and Physician Assistants

Keep in mind that 2014 is also a license renewal year - the medical licensure deadline is July 31, 2014. Let the ISMS Education Center be your primary resource to help you fulfill the requirement of 150 hours of CME. Check back often to peruse updates on course offerings.

Questions? Contact the ISMS Division of Health Policy Research and Advocacy via email or call 800-782-4767 ext. 1470.



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