August 17, 2020
Sponsored by OMIC
Dear Colleagues,

Please take a moment and read the MedChi Newsletter sent out today, "Who Gets to Call Themselves a Doctor?"

MSEPS is working closely with AAO to combat the proposed Medicare reimbursements. We can all work together if we make contributions to the MSEPS PAC , OPHTHPAC, or the Surgical Scope Fund. We hope you can make a donation to all three!

This week in the MSEPS Presents: Ophthalmology 20/20 Webinar Series: New Generation MIGS: Which MIGS for Which Patient. This CME program is taking place on August 20, 2020. You don't want to miss this webinar, go here to register.
MSEPS wants to thank OMIC for their support of our newsletters. Please check out their link to show them our thanks.

Please check the AAO and MedChi websites for the most current COVID-19 information. For archived versions of these updates visit the MSEPS website.
Stay healthy!

Renee Bovelle, MD
MSEPS President
Virtual Events
MSEPS Presents: The Ophthalmology 20/20 CME
Webinar Series
August 20, 2020 - We are happy to work with MedEdicus to provide this
MIGS CME program for members and non-members.
To register, log in to your MedEdicus account, or create a new account.


To register for the Ocular Therapeutix webinar,
please use the following link:
MedChi Ethics Lecture: LESSONS LEARNED: Ethical Dilemmas Faced During the COVID-19 Pandemic
September 24, 2020 - Understand what are physicians’ ethical obligations to work in unsafe conditions.Describe physicians’ responsibility to report unsafe conditions in nursing homes.With respect to extremely sick individuals, describe when triage principles are ethical and when are they not. Determine which new resources will provide the needed support during a crisis such as COVID-19.  

Go here to register
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