Risk Management

Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS), February 23, 2019, in Columbus, Ohio

February 23, 2019 all-day
Hilton Columbus at Easton Town Center
3900 Chagrin Drive
Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH 43219
Contact OOS at tbaker@ohioeye.org
The Ohio Ophthalmological Society
Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS), February 23, 2019, in Columbus, Ohio @ Hilton Columbus at Easton Town Center | Columbus | Ohio | United States

OMIC will offer a risk management session at the annual Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS) meeting planned for Saturday, February 23, 2019.

Location: Hilton Columbus at Easton Town Center, Columbus, Ohio

Time: afternoon

Speaker: Michelle Pineda, MBA, OMIC Risk Manager

Topic: Risky co-management – Lessons Learned

The OOS website updates information regularly:  https://oos.osma.org/

Note to physicians: Be sure to complete the individual sign-in sheet while attending the OMIC session to ensure your discount. OMIC insureds who are current, paid OOS members who attend this OMIC course at this meeting will earn a 10%  premium discount. Visit the OMIC booth in the exhibit hall with any questions.

For your nurses and technicians:

Michelle Pineda will offer one session to nurses and technicians on Saturday morning, February 23, at 8:00 a.m. Topic: Do’s and Don’ts in the Era of Electronic Medical Records.

A Panel Discussion For Everyone:

Michelle Pineda will be a panelist for a discussion on Surviving a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit at 1:45-2:30 p.m. (No OMIC discount is offered for attending this session.)




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