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Social Media Resources for Physicians and Practice Administrators
1/20/2016
How is social media impacting your medical practice? You may think it doesn’t affect you professionally, but think again. Even if you’re not using social media, your patients are already there! Are your patients asking to be your Facebook friend? Do you “tweet” messages to patients via your smartphone?  
Laparoscopic-Powered Morcellation Guidelines
1/20/2016
Conventus has issued the following summary guidance regarding the use of Laparoscopic-Powered Morcellation during hysterectomy & myomectomy procedures. 
Ebola: Preparing Your Practice
1/20/2016
A patient presents to your office that has traveled within the past 21 days to a West African country with widespread Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and has symptoms of fever, fatigue and headache. No, you think, it couldn’t happen in my office! Or, could it – are you sure? What would you do if it did happen?
How to Train Your Staff to Engage Patients
1/18/2016
Patient engagement, a component in Meaningful Use, PQRS, and Value Based Payment, is when a patient is involved in the process of his/her own care. This involves actively processing information, deciding how best to fit care into their lives, and acting on their decisions. To get patients more involved in their own health care, implement staff communication strategies that engage and encourage participation.
 
New Physician Requirements for Drug Take Back Program
1/12/2016
A new law effective January 1, 2016 requires prescribers who dispense controlled dangerous substances (CDS) to provide a notice to patients on disposing their expired or unwanted medications. Prepared by the Division of Consumer Affairs, the notice explains how patients should prepare medicine containers for disposal and where they can be dropped off to prevent theft and drug misuse.
 
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