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Free Online Webinars

In October, the Academy of Medicine and its IT partner, PBSI Technology Solutions, offered a series of free, online technology educational webinars. If you were unable to attend the webinars, PBSI is now offering links to the webinar content so that you can view them when your schedule permits. All content is designed to be educational, not commercial.

Topics include:

  • Dragon® Medical – For Physicians – Free training for Academy Members – Advanced (often missed) features for clinical use
  • 5 Elements of Multi-layered Cybersecurity – Ensuring you meet the “due diligence” test
  • HIPAA Security Risk Assessments – How to prepare for and pass HIPAA MU & Security audits
  • Security Training for Health Care Staff – How to spot “bad” emails & protect security
  • How to know if your IT security is working – Principles of online monitoring
  • How to Find Unprotected ePHI – ePhi Data Risk scans, learn what a hacker could find & sell
  • Phone System Advances Applied to Patient Satisfaction – Vmail setup recommendations

Click here to access the complete list of webinars.

Reminder – 2018 Academy dues payable by December 31 – Don't lose your benefits

A second notice has been sent regarding 2018 Academy dues. Renew now … your continued membership allows the Academy to remain a strong, effective voice for physicians in our region.
The Academy will again publish its Medical Directory of Greater Cincinnati in 2018. Renew your membership to be listed.
Questions? Call the Membership Department at 513-421-7010, ext. 321 or send an email. Convenient payment plans are available.

The second series of free, online technology educational webinars for Academy members and their staff will begin October 17 and run through October 31. The goal in presenting these webinars is to help Academy members receive effective training on topics of importance that are relevant, current and trustworthy. A variety of topics are offered. Presented by the Academy's technology partner, Positive Business Solutions, Inc. (PBSI), webinar content is designed to be educational, not commercial.

Topics to be presented in October include:

  • Healthcare Staff Security Training – How to spot “bad” emails & protect security
  • 5 Elements of Multi-layered Cybersecurity – Ensuring you meet the “due diligence” test
  • How to know if your IT security is working – Principles of online monitoring
  • How to Find Unprotected ePHI – ePhi Data Risk scans, learn what a hacker could find & sell
  • Dragon® Medical – For Physicians – Free training for Academy Members – Advanced (often missed) features for clinical use
  • HIPAA Security Risk Assessments – How to prepare for and pass HIPAA MU & Security audits
  • Improve Your Internet Speed & Reduce Costs – How to reduce costs from Cincinnati Bell & Spectrum
  • Phone System Advances Applied to Patient Satisfaction – Vmail setup recommendations

The websinars are FREE for Academy Members and their staff. Click here for information on how to register for the October series.

 

 walletDiversified Brokerage Specialists - a life, disability, annuity, and long-term care insurance brokerage firm with 70 years of service in the Greater Cincinnati area - is sponsoring "How to Keep More of the Money You Make." The program, hosted by the Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, is planned for Thursday, October 19, at Seasons 52. There is no charge for the program, which is open to physicians, residents, and medical students. Spouses are also welcome to attend. Registration is required by October 17. Appetizers, beverages, and desserts will be served. As a bonus, all attendees will be entered into a drawing for a $100.00 VISA gift card. You must be present to win.

This financial planning event will focus on tools and information you need to get started on a path to secure your financial fitness for the future including:

  • Liability
  • Business Planning
  • Investing for Success
  • Risk management

As a community of physicians, the Academy understands the unique needs of medical professionals in preparing for future financial success. The presentation will be educational in nature and not sales oriented. The sponsors (Diversified Brokerage Specialists, Horan, and The Rosselot Financial Group) will be available for those interested in additional services.

Congratulations to Carol Egner, MD, who was selected as Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati President-elect for the 2017-2018 term and to newly elected Councilors Barry Brook, MD; Haleem Chaudhary, MD; and Anne Like, MD, along with re-elected Councilors Lisa Haglund, MD; Matthew Hardin, MD; and E. Wymann Morriss, MD.
 
Returning to the 2017-2018 Council are: President Gregory Rouan, MD; Past President Rajbir Minhas, MD; Councilors Ronald Merkel, MD; Adam Miller, MD; Laura Trice, MD; and Regina Whitfield-Kekessi, MD.
 
The Council will be installed during the Academy's Annual Meeting on September 19.

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