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Oct
1
Thu
Contact the FSO: Florida Society of Ophthalmology is offering an online course
Oct 1 – Oct 31 all-day

Cancelled The annual Florida Society of Ophthalmology’s (FSO) “Masters in Ophthalmology” meeting scheduled for June 12-14, 2020.

Contact the FSO regarding the OMIC online course on Telemedicine: How to Mitigate Liability Risk which can be accessed between October 1, 2020 to October 31, 2020.

Speaker: Hans K. Bruhn, MHS, OMIC Risk Manager

Fee: $50.00 for FSO members and $75.00 for non-FSO members

Contact the FSO at http://www.mdeye.org/

 

Nov
9
Mon
Northern Virginia Academy of Ophthalmology (NVAO) is virtual on November 9, 2020
Nov 9 all-day
Northern Virginia Academy of Ophthalmology (NVAO) is virtual on November 9, 2020 @ McLean | Virginia | United States

The Northern Virginia Academy of Ophthalmology (NVAO) features for members only a Zoom online virtual meeting on the evening of  November 9, 2020.  Register with the NVAO and attend the evening event to earn a 5% discount on OMIC insurance premium.

This event is offered to current NVAO members.

Date: Monday, November 4, 2019

Time: 7:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time

Topic: Duty to Patients: Beginning, Ending and Obligations

Speakers: Daniel M. Berinstein, MD, OMIC Board Member, and Michelle Pineda, MBA, OMIC Risk Manager

 

 

Nov
10
Wed
Northern Virginia Academy of Ophthalmology (NVAO) is virtual on November 10, 2021
Nov 10 all-day

The Northern Virginia Academy of Ophthalmology (NVAO) features for members only a Zoom online virtual meeting on the evening of November 10, 2021.  Register with the NVAO and attend the evening event to earn a 5% discount on OMIC insurance premium.

This event is offered to current NVAO members.

Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Time: 7:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time (4:00 p.m. Pacific Time)

Topic: Documentation: Strategies to Minimize Risk

Speakers: Michael C. Tigani, MD, OMIC Board Member, and Michelle Pineda, MBA, OMIC Risk Manager

 

 



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