NCMS Morning Rounds 4-25-19

Voila! It’s Thursday’s NCMS Morning Rounds

Got a Practice Problem? We’ve Got Some Answers

As an NCMS member you have access to a wealth of resources to help your practice succeed. In addition to our Marketplace of vendor partners, many of which offer discounts to NCMS members, we also have a team of experts to assist you with payer issues and other regulatory or administrative headaches you may encounter.

Be sure to check out our brief list of FAQs, which have answers to a couple of the more common questions we receive. You can also submit your question online at our website.

Or if you’d like to contact one of our staff ‘problem solvers,’ below is a list of who to call depending on your question. Dial our main number at 919-833-3836 and ask for the appropriate staff person:

Learn more about all the member resources you have at your fingertips at our website.

Calling All Past and Present Community Practitioner Program Participants!

The NCMS Foundation’s Community Practitioner Program (CPP), an initiative to increase access to health care in underserved communities in North Carolina, will celebrate its 30th anniversary this October. We’re gathering stories of those who participated in the program over the years to better understand the impact it has had on individuals and their communities.

If you were a ‘CPP’er’ between 1989 and 2019, and would like to share with the NCMS community what this program means to you, please contact Elaine Ellis, NCMS VP for Communications and Marketing or call 919-833-3836, x112.

Two NC Health Systems Listed As Best Places to Work

Congratulations to New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington and Duke University Health System in Durham. They made Forbes’ America’s Best Employers 2019 list of the best large employers — that is companies with more than 5,000 US employees.

New Hanover Regional was ranked number 131 and Duke’s rank was 170. Get more details on the list, which includes companies from all industries, here.

In the News

Graying Doctors, Patients to Fuel 122K Physician Shortage by 2032, AAMC Warns, Healthcare Dive, 4-24-19

Learning Opportunity

A free webinar titled ‘Stigma, Opioid Addiction, and MAT: Evidence and Implications from a National Survey’ will present the findings from RTI’s survey of US adults on Thursday, May 9 at 1 p.m.

  1. Craig Lefebvre, PhD will discuss what the survey showed about perceptions of opioid addiction, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and stigma toward people addicted to prescription opioids and the providers who care for them. Learn more and register.

 

 
 

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