May 27, 2020
Sponsored by Sight Sciences

Dear Colleagues,

MSEPS wants you to send us your photos of you going back to work! Send photos of you in your PPE to Sophie Pumphrey to share on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Next Wednesday, June 3, 2020 we will hold our webinar "Reopening: What You Need to Know Basics" with Dr. Alan Robin. You can earn 1 CME credit for this free webinar. Register today!

Please check the   AAO  and   MedChi   websites for the most current COVID-19 information. For archived versions of these updates visit the   MSEPS  website. We appreciate our sponsor Sight Sciences. Please visit their website here.

Stay healthy,
Renee Bovelle, MD
MSEPS President
May 27, 2020
Dear MedChi Members and Maryland Physicians:

Happy Wednesday, everyone. Here's what we want you to know today:

UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENTS


  • NOTE: The MDH call for Friday, May 29 is CANCELLED.


THE LATEST NEWS, INFORMATION, AND RESOURCES

  • We are launching a social media campaign to encourage everyone to wear masks in public. Please send us a selfie or other photo of you, your family, and/or your colleagues wearing masks and tell us who you are "masking up" for (your patients, your family, an at-risk friend, etc). Let's share with the public why physicians encourage and participate in universal masking during this pandemic. Please send your photos to cjohannesen@medchi.org.





We are your advocate and your resource, and we're here for anything you need . Please don't hesitate to reach out.

Thank you for all that you do as physicians, healers, and heroes.

Gene Ransom
MedChi CEO
May 21, 2020

Dear MedChi Members and Maryland Physicians:

Here's what we want to share with you today:

UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENTS

  • CMS will hold their Offices Hours call for hospitals, health systems, and physicians this evening, Thursday, May 21 at 5:00 pm.


  • CMS will host Lessons from the Front Lines tomorrow, Friday, May 22 at 12:30 pm. FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, MD, will discuss COVID-19 therapeutics and other topics will be discussed.

  • On Tuesday, May 26 at 4:00 pm, the Maryland Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) is holding a webinar on Maryland's Road to Recovery and the Data Behind It featuring Joshua Sharfstein, MD, of the JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health and Craig Behm from CRISP.

THE LATEST NEWS, INFORMATION, AND RESOURCES





We are your advocate and your resource, and we're here for anything you need . Please don't hesitate to reach out.

Thank you for all that you do as physicians, healers, and heroes.

Gene Ransom
MedChi CEO
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Virtual Events

MSEPS Webinars

June 3, 2020 6:30 PM
Covid 19 has caused a tumultuous disruption to our eye care system. We may never return to the same milieu as we were in January 2020. Dr. Robin will discuss the surveyed trends of patient’s attitudes towards health care providers in addition to their beliefs regarding their return to medical care. He will offer suggestions on how to now broach patients, how to prioritize patient care, how to best organize one’s return to work and how to best disinfect the office and equipment. He will supply important resources.



June 11, 2020 7pm
An analysis and interpretation of optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging is critical for the diagnosis, monitoring, and evaluation of treatment response in retinal disease. This lecture will review the fundamentals of OCT interpretation and highlight the characteristic OCT features of common diseases. Basic OCT angiography interpretation will also be reviewed. Participants can earn 1 CME Credit.


June 18, 2020 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Join MSEPS and Dr. Jesse Richman, Dr. Thomas Johnson, and Dr. Alan Robin as they discuss Glaucoma home monitoring tools and techniques.

Disclaimer: MSEPS does not endorse the organizations sponsoring linked websites or events, and we do not endorse the views they express or the products/services they offer.  
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