The Physician Enrollment Forms can be found here.
If you are unsure, or to confirm you are enrolled you can call 1-800-343-9000 or check the Enrolled Practitioners Search site: https://www.emedny.org/info/opra.aspx
Your office’s APPs will also need to enroll. They have different forms that can be found here: Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants
Note: Enrollment in Medicaid FFS does not require providers to accept Medicaid FFS patients.
Highland Family Medicine is offering free, grant-sponsored Suboxone Training on November 14 from 5-9:30 pm.
2017-2018 Influenza (Flu) Resources for Health Care Professionals, from CMS.
The Medical Scholarship Fund of MCMS supports future physicians for our community. We're holding a Silent Auction fundraiser at the Irondequoit Country Club on October 25, 2017, starting at 6 pm. It will feature a great buffet, including a carving station, and dessert table, entertainment by the Acapella group "On Call", a silent auction, and a $500 prize drawing! We hope to see you there and appreciate any support for the next generation of physicians you can give! http://bit.ly/2wJ4obd
Risk Management Tips for Today's Medical Practice, by MLMIC.
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Alexander Strasser, MD on Sunday, September 10, 2017. An Internal Medicine physician, Dr. Strasser was 83 years old. An MCMS member since 1963, Dr. Strasser was a member of the MCMS nominating committee and a long-time co-editor for The Bulletin. In addition, he was the Highland Hospital representative for the MCMS Board of Directors. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Dr. Strasser’s wife and family. Donations may be made to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in his memory.
New CME Opportunity for PAs Participating in QI through Monroe County Medical Society
Letter to opioid prescribers from Deputy Commissioner of Monroe County Department of Public Health re: strategies for reducing deaths opiod overdoes deaths.
NYSDOH Health Advisory re: Hepatitis C Infection Investigation in Westchester County
NYS has implemented a naloxone co-payment assistance program so the co-payment (up to $40) is covered when accessing naloxone at participating pharmacies. See letter from DOH outlining the program.The list of participating pharmacies that dispense naloxone on standing orders – they do not need a prescription – is available here. Click on Monroe. All Wegmans, Walgreens, Rite Aid and CVS pharmacies participate in addition to a few others.