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MSSNY is Your Resource for Ebola Information

Dear Colleagues:

MSSNY is working to keep all New York State physicians informed with the most up-to-date information on the developing Ebola outbreak.   As we all know, our state is at the “crossroads of the world” and we, as New York State physicians, have a responsibility to be well-informed for the benefit of our patients. 

DCMS responds to Poughkeepsie Journal article "PAINKILLER EPIDEMIC: Thousands die but few doctors disciplined"

On September 14th, 2014, the Poughkeepsie Journal published an article entitled "PAINKILLER EPIDEMIC: Thousands die but few doctors disciplined".

Below is the Dutchess County Medical Society response to this article.

 

CDC HEALTH ADVISORY - Ebola Virus Disease Confirmed in a Traveler to Nigeria, Two U.S. Healthcare Workers in Liberia

Distributed via the CDC Health Alert Network
July 28, 2014, 16:30 ET (4:30 PM ET)
CDCHAN-00363

Ebola Virus Disease Confirmed in a Traveler to Nigeria, Two U.S. Healthcare Workers in Liberia

 

 

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Public Health Advisory - Chikungunya: An Emergent Health Threat

Highlights from the 2014 House of Delegates

MSSNY should ask the AMA to demand that CMS educate the public that outline the potential negative financial consequences of the "two midnight" policy (the policy was postponed by President Obama's signing of HR 302 on April 1, 2014).

Workers' Compensation and no-fault carriers should use diagnosis codes consistent with HIPAA electronic standards and demand the permanent delay of implementation of lCD-10

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DCMS Physician of the Year - Stephen R. Chernay MD

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