The OSMA Government Relations team has been engaging with legislators on health care-related budget items since the governor’s initial proposal was released, and has been following and participating in the ongoing debates about a number of health policy decisions.
Just as it is an acceptable and reasonable practice to screen incoming patients, it is acceptable and reasonable to know when to end patient relationships that are no longer therapeutic. It is critical, however, to end the patient relationship in a manner that will not lead to claims of discrimination or abandonment.
The Ohio Physician Wellness Coalition (OPWC), which represents Ohio physicians and hospitals and focuses on addressing physician burnout, launched six videos in its continuing medical education (CME) wellness video series.
Identifying and training role models in your business or practice is key to creating a positive, productive work environment. Which managers should you cultivate as role models to lead your organization?
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As Ohio continues to address the opioid abuse epidemic, the Smart Rx® online learning experience is designed for the busy physician and keeps prescribers in-step and up-to-date. The training modules are on-demand, FREE to OSMA members, and readily accessible to prescribers from our partnering health systems.
- Resources for properly prescribing opioids
- Alternatives for treating pain
- Updates on current policy and regulations