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There are many changes in 2017 to both CPT and ICD-10 for ear, nose, throat, head and neck services...new flexibile fiberoptic laryngoscopy and many code changes, monitoring of E&M services and stricter interpretations of “rules” for modifier use, diagnostic testing concerns and limitations, surgical reductions and increased bundling edits. You can’t afford to miss this webinar! Speaker: Diane Zucker (Length 90 min - 65... Details
When: February 7 – December 31, 2017
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The District 1 Delegation Meeting will be time to discuss potential Policy Proposal submissions by District 1 to the Ohio State Medical Association's House of Delegates Meeting on March 18-19, 2017. For more information on Policy Proposals and the OSMA Annual Meeting go to www.OSMA.org/annualmeeting.

When: December 19, 2016
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Prior authorizations have disrupted the physician-patient relationship and often lead to a delay in diagnosis and treatment of the patient's condition. They also cause a significant administrative burden on the physician's practice and result in little to no improvement in the quality of care. SB 129 would change this process.

When: December 15, 2016 – December 31, 2017
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Medical records are one of the most important parts of a medical practice. They provide documentation for treatment, allow for continuity of care and can serve as evidence in a legal setting. With the number of functions medical records can serve, making sense of the various laws which govern them can be a confusing and daunting task. As more and more providers transition to electronic health records, the confusion just increases. (33 pages - updated... Details
When: December 1, 2016 – December 31, 2017
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Scope of practice issues are complicated as they define the roles for health care professionals to provide optimum care to patients. Sometimes these debates can sometimes look like a “turf battle,” between physicians and others allied health professionals, but in reality it is really about what is in the patient’s best interest and how care can best be provided. Physicians will need to be active in the legislative process for this legislation to be successfully passed and for the... Details
When: November 17, 2016 – December 31, 2017
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Ohio may have some of the most effective tort reform laws in the country, but there is more in the works to improve the medical liability climate in Ohio. A tort reform bill, HB 559, was introduced in the Ohio House in May 2016 by State Rep. Bob Cupp (R-Lima). The Medical Malpractice Litigation Improvements Act touches on 10 important issues, including helping to prevent “shot gun” lawsuits, modifying Ohio’s “I’m Sorry” law to protect admissions of fault or error, and repealing the... Details
When: October 20, 2016 – December 31, 2017
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Despite the huge amount of attention opioid addiction has received in recent years, the issue still remains the leading public health epidemic in the state of Ohio where about five people die every day from prescription medications. While much of the public attention related to opioids has shifted to heroin usage, more than 70-percent of heroin users say their addiction began through the misuse and abuse of prescription pain killers. That information is precisely why state lawmakers... Details
When: September 15, 2016 – December 31, 2017
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When: September 14, 2016
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On June 8, when Governor John Kasich signed House Bill 523, Ohio became the 25th state to legalize medical marijuana. The passage of this law brings many new issues for Ohio physicians to consider and address in order to ethically and legally comply with the new requirements. While the drug likely won’t be available as medicine for most patients until sometime in 2018, the law does become effective in September, when the lengthy and complex process for establishing medical marijuana... Details
When: August 18, 2016 – December 31, 2017
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On May 1, new State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy rules on prescriber drug compounding went into effect and have specific licensure and compliance requirements. The rules also reiterate a change made to Ohio law which requires all physicians who are compounding drugs in the office to obtain a Terminal Distributor of Dangerous Drugs (TDDD) license. Due to many concerns about a physician’s ability to comply with the rules in a timely manner, the TDDD license requirement and the rule... Details
When: July 21, 2016 – December 31, 2017