2019 Ohio Seminar Schedule

Physicians

Qualify for a 3 percent premium credit and earn CME credit

Participating physicians can qualify for a 3 percent premium credit at their next renewal and earn continuing medical education (CME) credits.* To qualify for a 3 percent premium credit, attend the seminar, return a checklist identifying at least two self-selected practice improvements, and provide documentation demonstrating that the improvements have been implemented. The course will offer guidance to help you with this process.

Physicians Date Location Hours of
CME Credit
Electronic Device Use and Associated Risks Impacting Healthcare Providers and Patients April 4 Kent 1.5
Electronic Device Use and Associated Risks Impacting Healthcare Providers and Patients May 2 Miamisburg 1.5
Electronic Device Use and Associated Risks Impacting Healthcare Providers and Patients May 9 Cleveland 1.5
Electronic Device Use and Associated Risks Impacting Healthcare Providers and Patients May 30 Dublin 1.5
Electronic Device Use and Associated Risks Impacting Healthcare Providers and Patients September 26 Dayton 1.5
Electronic Device Use and Associated Risks Impacting Healthcare Providers and Patients October 17 Beachwood 1.5
Electronic Device Use and Associated Risks Impacting Healthcare Providers and Patients November 14 Columbus 1.5

Course materials:

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Practice Administrators

Qualify for an additional 2 percent premium credit

Physicians who attend the physician seminar can qualify for an additional 2 percent premium credit at the next renewal when their practice administrator or office manager attends the practice administrator session during the same policy year.

After participating in the seminar, your practice administrator or office manager must return a checklist identifying at least two self-selected practice improvements and provide documentation demonstrating that the improvements have been implemented. The course will offer guidance to help you with this process.

Practice Administrators and Office Managers Date Location
Risks and Impact of Distractions and Interruptions in the Medical Office April 4 Kent
Risks and Impact of Distractions and Interruptions in the Medical Office May 2 Miamisburg
Risks and Impact of Distractions and Interruptions in the Medical Office May 9 Cleveland
Risks and Impact of Distractions and Interruptions in the Medical Office May 30 Dublin
Risks and Impact of Distractions and Interruptions in the Medical Office September 26 Dayton
Risks and Impact of Distractions and Interruptions in the Medical Office October 17 Beachwood
Risks and Impact of Distractions and Interruptions in the Medical Office November 14 Columbus

Course materials:
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*The Doctors Company is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical educational activities for physicians. The Doctors Company designates this activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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