Seminars and Webinars to Meet Your CME Needs
In 2012, you can choose from an expanded schedule of live seminars and complimentary Webinars that can help you strengthen patient safety and earn CME credits.
This year’s seminar, The Electronic Health Information Age: Challenges and Risks, addresses risk factors associated with electronic medicine, from charting and privacy breaches to the use of social media. For dates, locations, and registration information, go to www.thedoctors.com/cmeschedule.
Upcoming Webinars (Earn 1.0 CME Credit)
|July 18||FAQs: Answers to Common Patient Safety Questions|
|July 24||HIPAA: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow|
|August 8||Risk Prevention Tips for the Digital Age: E-mail, Texting, and Social Media|
|August 22||Managing Challenging Patients|
|August 23||HIPAA: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow|
|August 28||Adverse Outcome Disclosure: Doing the Right Thing…In the Right Way|
|September 5||Cutting Edge: A Study of Malpractice Claims in Surgery|
|September 12||Defensive Medicine and Medical Practice|
|September 25||HIPAA: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow|
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