Bulletin for November 30, 2012

North Carolina Medical Society - NCMS Bulletin

Volume 63 Issue 47 – November 30, 2012

Featured Stories

Forsyth-Stokes-Davie County Society Hosts Area Representatives

On Tuesday evening the Forsyth-Stokes-Davie County Medical Society hosted a panel discussion entitled, “The Election is Over: Now What?” Seated on the panel were Senator Pete Brunstetter (R-Forsyth), Senator Andrew Brock (R-Davie), Representative-Elect Ed Hanes (D-Forsyth), and Representative-Elect Debra Conrad (R-Forsyth).

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Getting to know your Legislator: Our Return on Investment

Recently, our PAC enjoyed another tremendously successful election cycle, supporting 72 candidates in the primary election and 59 in the general election. As always, we supported candidates on both sides of the aisle.

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Localized Infections following Exposure to Contaminated Medications

Over the past few weeks, North Carolina has seen an increase in numbers of localized fungal infections among patients who were exposed to contaminated medications. These complications have been identified weeks to months after injection and have occurred in patients with and without evidence of fungal meningitis.

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In This Issue

A Gift before December 31st – Positive Impact for You and the NCMS Foundation

It’s Not Too Late to Get Meaningful Use Incentive Money

NCMS Announces TekCollect as New Partner

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Learning Opportunities Center

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Meetings & Events

12/05/2012
The Ninth Annual “One Medicine” Symposium Bugs vs. Drugs
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12/06/2012
American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry 23rd Annual Meeting and Symposium
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12/07/2012
NC Psychiatric Association CPT Coding & Practice Management Workshop
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Contact Info

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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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