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  • MACRA First-Year Reporting Options Announced

    Just last week, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced that it will allow some flexibility for eligible physicians to comply with the new payment program being implemented under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).

    What that means is that doctors would be able to “pick their pace of participation” for the first performance period (which starts Jan. 1, 2017) by choosing among several options.

    Learn more about the available options and access ISMS’ guidance on the five actions practices can take now to prepare.

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  • Full-Day Symposium Demystifies the 'Patient Experience'

    Register before October 1 for early-bird discount

    Don’t miss ISMIE Mutual's inaugural Risk Management Symposium, “A Physician-First Approach to Patient-Centered Care,” taking place on November 10 in Oak Brook.

    Discounted rate for ISMS members; no cost for ISMIE policyholders.


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  • Save the Date: Keep Up with the Latest in Graduate Medical Education

    Join the Illinois GME community for the year's premier event, the 2016 Residency Program Directors' Meeting, on December 3 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at ISMS Headquarters in Chicago. Breakfast will be served.

    The event will cover the latest issues in GME and feature a "reactor panel" of residents, networking opportunities and much more!

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  • Do You Have What It Takes to Lead?

    Are you interested in joining the ISMS physician leadership team for 2017? Applications for an officer position will be accepted through Dec. 30, 2016.

    Elections will take place at the April 2017 House of Delegates meeting.


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  • Learn How to Navigate the Risks of Social Media When Interacting with Patients

    You and your employees need to be "in the know" about how to navigate social media and the risks involved with interacting personally with patients through unsecured electronic communications.


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