Bulletin for May 14,2010

North Carolina Medical Society - NCMS Bulletin

Volume 61 Issue 21, May 14, 2010

Featured Stories

2010 Legislative Session Convenes in Raleigh

The NCMS Government Affairs staff was on hand as the 2010 session of the NC General Assembly got underway this week. We will be providing updates on legislative activities and legislation of importance to physicians throughout the session.

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PAC Pulse Is Your Connection to the NC General Assembly

Looking for a way to stay apprised of what key issues the NCMS Government Affairs team is working on at the General Assembly every week? The recently launched PAC Pulse is your new tool to staying connected and involved with what’s taking place in our State Capital now that legislative session has begun.

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Wanted: Your Signature on Petition Calling for Congress to Fix Flawed SGR

Thousands of patients, physicians, nurses and other health care professionals have signed the petition calling for Congress to permanently fix the flawed sustainable growth rate formula (SGR) used to set Medicare physician reimbursement rates. The North Carolina Medical Society joined the petition drive in April

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In This Issue

Survey: How Do Medicare Cuts Affect Your Practice?

Study Group Assesses Impact of National Health Reform on NC

Staff Rounds: Your NCMS At Work for You

UNC Hospitals Names Physician as COO

NC Society of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery Presents 2010 Meeting

Anderson Award Nominations Being Accepted

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Meetings & Events

06/22/2010
Quality Improvement 101: A Toolbox for Improvement.
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07/16/2010
NC Society of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting
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07/23/2010
NCMS Sports Medicine Symposium
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Contact Info

Address:
PO Box 27167
Raleigh, NC 27611

Phone:
1.919.833.3836
1.800.722.1350 (NC only)

Fax:
1.919.833.2023 FAX

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