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Understanding MOC Requirements
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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These recorded webinars cover the latest vaccine recommendations for adults and how to utilize the entire office team in organizing immunization services in your practice. This series was made possible by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (1U66IP000393-01).
Dr. Robert Hopkins presented a webinar discussing a challenge and competition between residency programs in the great state of LA to increase adult immunization rates. The Residency Training Program for Adult Immunization & Quality Improvement aims to improve the rate of adult immunization by equipping general internal medicine residency programs with the tools to educate clinicians about the clinical science of adult immunization, evidence-based strategies, and quality improvement projects to increase adult vaccination rates.
Robert H. Hopkins, Jr., MD
Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and Med-Peds Program
UAMS College of Medicine
Little Rock, Arkansas
Dr. William Schaffner presents the 2016 – 2017 influenza season recommendations and shares strategies for reaching your patients over 65 years, including information on the high dose influenza vaccination.
William Schaffner, MD, MACP
Professor of Preventive Medicine, Department of Health Policy
Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
This webinar will help you and your staff become advocates in helping patients navigate the relationship between public health goals and individual benefit and risk. Receive practical guidance on how and why vaccines are important in your patients' lives.
Marie Brown, MD, FACP
Rush University Medical Center
ACP Governor Illinois Northern Region
Learn how quality improvement principles can reduce errors, improve physician efficiency and ultimately enrich the care for patients.
Doron Schneider, MD
Medical Director, Center for Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality
Abington Memorial Hospital
Vaccines are a large financial burden on medical practices so it is important to discover every opportunity to save money on your vaccine purchases. Learn how to optimize ordering with manufacturer discounts/bulk ordering, returning unused vaccines, and other money-saving options.
Kathryn Eiler, CMM
Pain Medicine Specialists, P.C.