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Effective advocacy in the lame duck and beyond - Webinar

11/30/2016

Thursday, December 8, 2016
6-7 p.m. CST

Register Here

 

Looking for the perfect holiday gift?

11/11/2016
LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT GIFT?

Know a medical student, resident or
friend interested in history?

Students, residents and friends interested in local history would love a copy of
 
Frontiers of Healing: A History of Medicine in Oklahoma County.

The 372 page hardback book features the history of medicine in Oklahoma County from the frontier days until now. 

Order your copy today!
Call 702-0500 or email 
Eldona Wright.

CDC / AMA Webinar -- Preparing for Zika Transmission in the U.S.

08/01/2016

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Medical Association (AMA) invite you to join an important webinar focused on Zika virus. To register for this webinar, visit this website. CDC Medical Epidemiologist Susan Hills, MBBS, MTH, will present an update on the epidemiological and clinical aspects of the current outbreak. CDC Medical Officer Kiran Perkins, MD, MPH, will present on the implications for pregnant women, including CDC's updated interim clinical guidance, before fielding questions from webinar participants. For more information on Zika, visit www.cdc.gov/Zika.  

RVU Calculator

06/23/2016

Need a way to calculate your RVUs? The Harris County Medical Society has developed a Work RVU Calculator to help physicians determine their total work RVUs. The calculator includes 40 different specialties based upon the top 50 codes for their particular specialty. Plus, if a particular code is not listed within the top 50 codes additional codes can be added to help determine work productivity based upon the work RVU. Click here to access the calculator!

Panel looks at effect of cuts on Oklahoma mental health agency

02/05/2016

Thousands of Oklahoma children and adults with mental illness and substance use disorders will continue not getting the care they need, as state money for that care continues to shrink, an agency leader said Wednesday. 

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, like many other agencies, will likely see a budget cut in the coming fiscal year. Read more...