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ACMS and MIEC invite you to join us in our latest educational series. Each session is designed to boost your risk management knowledge and give you practical tools that you can easily incorporate in your daily practice and patient care.

The three ACMS hosted topics are free for ACMS and MIEC members, and $25 for non-members.

The April 21 event is part of the Idaho Medical Association's education series and costs $50 for IMA members and/or their staff. American Academy of Professional Coders CEUs are available.

These sessions will be led by MIEC's senior patient safety and risk management specialist, Kathy Kenady, CPHRM. Kathy is a 15-year veteran at MIEC, professional liability insurance company serving nearly 7,000 across Alaska, California, Hawaii and Idaho. She advises and educates physician policyholders, helping to implement practices which help reduce professional liability and increase patient safety and satisfaction. Prior to her work at MIEC, she worked for the California Medical Association and the Alameda-Contra Costa Medical Association.



RISK MANAGEMENT TIPS FOR TELEHEALTH ENCOUNTERS
Tuesday, MARCH 30, 6-7 PM

Learn techniques for successful telehealth encounters, including patient preparation, technology and confidentiality issues to consider, documentation practices, and basics of Idaho’s Telehealth Access Act.

Hosted by ACMS via Zoom | Register Now

ASPECTS OF CONSENT IN THE OUTPATIENT PRACTICE

Wednesday, APRIL 21 12:15-1:15 PM

Informed consent/refusal for medical procedures, administrative consent for photos, audio/video recording, telehealth, consent to treat minors. $50 registration for IMA members.

Hosted by Idaho Medical Association via Zoom | Register Now


DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIPS FROM START TO FINISH
thursday, JUNE 17, 12-1 PM

It’s a grab bag of tips on patient satisfaction, social media reviews, setting expectations, responding to non-adherence to patient treatment plans, early communication and resolution programs, and when and how to properly end a doctor-patient relationship.

Hosted by ACMS via Zoom | Register Now


CURBSIDE CONSULTATIONS AND LIABILITY
thursday, AUGUST 26 6-7 PM

Informal consultations play a significant role in education and facilitation of patient care. However, they can also play a part in patient injury and liability for the physician providing the consultation. We will discuss the potential risks and ways physicians can protect themselves from liability issues arising from an informal consult.

Hosted by ACMS via Zoom | Register Now





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Director: Steven Reames, director@adamedicalsociety.org  (208) 336-2930
Membership Assistant: Jennifer Hawkins,jennifer@idmed.org(208) 344-7888

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