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THE NEW NORMAL: HOW COVID-19 CHANGED THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE

Webinar/Online

Saturday, January 16, 2021 at 8:00am CT - 4:00pm CT
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Posted by The Arkansas Academy of Physician Assistants

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Topic

Join us for this virtual CME as we discuss updates on therapy and vaccines, regulatory and ethical issues, telemedicine and reimbursement, osteopathic perspective of treating respiratory illness and the impact of COVID-19 on social equity.

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Credits Offered

This event offers 8.0 CME credits to attendees.
Accredited by AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.


Additional Information

In the new world of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare providers are facing an ever-changing environment and unprecedented challenges. Join us for this virtual CME as we discuss updates on therapy and vaccines, regulatory and ethical issues, telemedicine and reimbursement, osteopathic perspective of treating respiratory illness and the impact of COVID-19 on social equity. You will have the opportunity to hear from and share experiences with physicians practicing on the front lines in the most hard-hit areas. Join us as we help each other adapt to our new normal.

8:00am – Hot Topics (COVID19- Update – Vaccines and Therapies)
Mark L. Stillwell, MD, FACP –  Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases, Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine

9:00am – COVID-19 and the Arkansas Experience
Joseph W. Thompson, MD, MPH –  President & Chief Executive Officer, Arkansas Center for Health Improvement

10:00am – Regulatory & Ethics in the COVID-19 Climate
Judge Patricia L. Mitchell –  District Administrative Judge, District Court of Maryland
Brian G. Kim, JD – President, Arkansas Colleges of Health Education

11:00am – Telemedicine: How It Affected the Mercy Health System
Sean B. Baker, DO – Chair -Department Primary Care, Mercy Health Systems

12:00pm – Reimbursement Update, Telemedicine and E&M
Michael Cash, MHSA, FACMPE – State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company (SVMIC)

1:00pm – Frontline Experiences
Christopher Alfred, DO, PGY4 – St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, NY
Bikki Gautam, MD, FACP – Novant Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte, NC 
Raimund Royer, KMD, PhD – South Korean Hospitals 

2:00pm – An Osteopathic Perspective on Respiratory Illness
Dan Lynch, DO – Assistant Professor of OMM, Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine

3:00pm – Impact of COVID-19 on Social Equity
Harvey Potts, MD, MPH – Executive Director of Simulation and Clinical Skills, Assistant Professor, Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Janie Ginocchio, MPA – Director of Public Policy, Southern Bancorp
Elizabeth McClain, PhD – Chief Wellness Officer, Arkansas Colleges of Health Education