How To Facilitate Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition: A Hands-on Approach and Analysis Through NCQA’s Eyes, April 7-8, Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC), Asheville, a workshop that will include the new 2011 standards for PCMH recognition. This will be the second time the course is offered nationally and the first offered in North Carolina. The registration fee of $895 will be reduced to $750 for two or more registering from the same organization, and MAHEC recognizes BCMS members as eligible for the reduced fee. Click here to register or for more information.
New Option for Influenza Prevention: An Influenza Vaccine for Older Adults, Web-Enhanced Audio Conference, featuring Marvin Bittner, MD, Infectious Disease Specialist, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. The Web/Audio Conferences will be available (to hear the presentation for all dates, call 1-877-230-9940 and enter participant code):
April 6, 1:00 – 2:00 pm (49398198)
April 12, 12:30 – 1:30pm (49398658)
April 14, 12:30 – 1:30pm (49398662)
April 20, 12:00 – 1:00pm (49399418)
The weblink for all dates is http://sanofiamericas.adobeconnect.com/fluzonehighdose/. Please RSVP three days prior to the date you select to Jill Blalock, MPH, email@example.com.
The NC MedAssist Program: RX for NC, Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 10:00 – 11:00 am, a Webinar hosted by Care Share Health Alliance and presented by NC MedAssist, Lori Giang, Executive Director; Mike Darrow, Program Director/NCAFC; Med Assist staff. Space is limited so reserve your seat now at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/359629153.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Related Conditions: Implications for Clinical Practice is a one-day workshop for physicians and allied health providers, and is scheduled for April 14 at the Research Triangle Institute in RTP. Registration deadline is today (April 1). The activity is approved for 0.7 CEUs. For more information, see http://www.ncmedsoc.org/non_members/specialties/fetal-alcohol-4-2011-event.pdf.