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Final Section 1557 Rule - Nondiscrimination in Health Care Programs and Activities, by Donald Moy, Esq., Kern Augustine PC.

Antibiotic Resistance Resources: The use of antibiotics is the single most important factor leading to antibiotic resistance and antibiotics are among the most commonly prescribed drugs used in human medicine. To assist you in your efforts to educate your patients about proper prescribing, the Monroe County Department of Public Health and the Monroe County Medical Society developed a poster for use in exam and waiting rooms. The poster succinctly communicates needed information on bacteria and viruses and can be printed in either 8 1/2 x 11 or 11/17. There are numerous other promotional products at CDC's web site.  If you are interested in further exploring this topic see information at cdc.gov/getsmart/index.html

MCMS invites nominations for its 2017 Edward Mott Moore Awards
This highest honor bestowed annually by the Medical Society is given to both a physician and a layperson in recognition of outstanding and dedicated service to the medical profession and the community. Please see nomination form for details. Deadline for nominations is Dec. 30, 2016.

MCMS Welcomes New Executive Director
From Nancy Adams: Since the announcement of my pending retirement, the MCMS Search Committee has been busy conducting a thorough and thoughtful executive director search process.  After careful consideration, the Search Committee recommended to the MCMS Board of Directors Christopher Bell to serve as the next MCMS executive director. The board vote was unanimously in favor of offering the position to Mr. Bell. I am pleased to report that Christopher Bell will begin his tenure as the MCMS executive director on December 5, 2016. Read more.

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Medicare Part D

Medical Marijuana

  • NYSDOH is offering a 4-hour medical use of marijuana course. Practitioners who wish to register with the Department and certify their patients for the Medical Marijuana Program must complete this course. The course covers: the pharmacology of marijuana; contraindications; side effects; adverse reactions; overdose prevention; drug interactions; dosing; routes of administration; risks and benefits; warnings and precautions; and abuse and dependence. Cost: $249. Practitioners will earn 4.5 hours of CME credit upon successful completion of the course. Access the course here.

  • NYS Medical Marijuana FAQs


Immunization News

  • NGS Medicare Revalidation
  • Physicians who are participating in the Medicaid based DSRIP through the local FLPPS  will receive a physician agreement soon. Kern, Augustine, Conroy and Schoppmann, on behalf of MCMS, performed a legal review of the document. Comments can be found by logging into the Member area of the MCMS web site. Additional information about DSRIP and FLPPS can be found at http://flpps.org/.

  • Show Your MCMS Membership With A Member Badge Post the badge on your website, in print materials, and in your email signature.Show that you stand with us in advocating for issues for the betterment of the medical profession; you belong to a professional organization committed to the health of our community.

  • Snort. Sniffle. Sneeze. No Antibiotics Pleasea CDC brochure for parents explains the difference between bacteria and viruses, what antibiotics are, and how bacteria become resistant. It also answers FAQs about when a child does or does not need an antibiotic.

Monroe County Medical Society

7th District Branch of the Medical Society of the State of New York
Serving Monroe, Livingston, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne & Yates Counties 

The Park at Allens Creek
132 Allens Creek Road

Rochester, New York 14618
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