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Total Credits: .5 including 0.5 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Dr. Jesse Rockmore, DO
Short Description:
Learn about the advancement of single port robotics in urological surgery and the benefits for patient care
Price:
$30.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: .75 including .75 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Dr. Andrew Albano, , Jr., DO, MBA, FAAFP, CPE
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Understand the foundational principles of the quintuple aim, examine how advancements in technology can contribute to enhance the well-being and satisfaction of healthcare professionals, and gain insights into emerging trends and innovations at the intersection of healthcare and technology.
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$45.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: 1 including 1 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Dr. Andrew Buelt, DO
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No matter your specialty, there is something in this presentation for you. Dr. Buelt will dive into how to critically analyze scientific articles and journals applicable to hospital medicine.
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$60.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: 1 including 1 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Daniel Kassicieh, DO, FAAN, FACN
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Dr. Kassicieh discusses ways to relieve lower back pain, without surgery.
Price:
$40.00 - Base Price

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Conference On Demand

Total Credits: 18.25 including 18.25 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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   391
Faculty:
Brian Dickens, DO |  Richard Truxillo |  Corey Cavanaugh, DO |  Anthony S. Cottone, Esq. |  Joy Elliott |  Jason Browder, DO |  Joseph Secor-Taddia, DO |  Ian Phillip Snider, DO |  ....
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$695.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: 1 including 1 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Richard Truxillo
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Over 60% of health care providers experience one or more symptoms of burnout. The perceived clinician burden resulting in burnout arises from factors such as poor electronic health record (EHR) usability and documentation burden leading to less clinical time with patients. Burnout can have detrimental effects on health care quality and contributes to increased medical errors, decreased patient satisfaction, substance use, workforce attrition, and suicide. By removing redundant data entry and low value tasks from the electronic health record, we can reduce the administrative burden from the EHR, decrease cognitive load and allow physicians to document more efficiently.
Price:
$40.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: 1 including 1 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Joy Elliott
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Literature and research updates are necessary for all practicing physicians in order to stay current among the vast amount of literature with which we are inundated daily. PubMed statistics state more than one million papers are cited each year into their database. How does a primary care physician pick and choose what evidence might be useful in their patient population? This lecture will be reminiscent of “reports from the field” from decades past, polling practicing family physicians for opinions using the question, “I changed my practice this year when I became aware of evidence that….”
Price:
$40.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: 1 including 1 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Brian Dickens, DO
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Patients now have more access than ever to information about their genetics which may impact their health. This creates both opportunity to improve health and potential to open ethical dilemmas. Attaining and maintaining basic competence in commercially-available genetics resources is important to helping advise our patients properly.
Price:
$40.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: 1 including 1 AOA Category 2-A Credit

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Faculty:
Anthony S. Cottone, Esq.
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Telemedicine has expanded as technology has allowed it, and with the COVID pandemic, expanded even more. With the introduction of technology and the ability to “see” patients virtually, there is a need for physicians to understand the risks associated with telemedicine and identify how the government is scrutinizing it to avoid potential pitfalls and the potential for litigation.
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$40.00 - Base Price

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Total Credits: 7.25 including 7.25 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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Faculty:
Phillip Nokes, DO |  Beau Ratke, MEd |  Ricky Adams |  Richard Zimmer, CMBI |  Sara Pastoor, MD, MHA, FAAFP |  Jonathan K. Bushman, DO |  Ronnie B. Martin, DO |  Dennis J. Carter, DO, FACOFP |  ....
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Gap Analysis: “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” – Charles Darwin Diseases, medicine, treatments, technology, and healthcare, as a whole, are constantly changing. “What’s Next?” will address these ever-present changes we are experiencing in healthcare. Further, we will place emphasis on the expected changes that clinical research, treatment, technology, and advanced payment models will have in the coming years and prepare the physician for the future and what’s next. Program Objectives: After physicians depart from this program, they will have a better understanding of what’s next with the emerging technologies in medicine as well as a gained knowledge of appropriately prescribing controlled substances and various subspecialties’ medical updates.
Price:
$255.00 - Base Price

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