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CMS helps physicians with employment issues through its health law alliance

AS THE PRACTICE world evolves, the Chicago Medical Society is there to help members surmount the challenges. The latest example is CMS’ partnership with the American Bar Association and hosting of the Physicians Legal Issues Conference on Sept. 12-14.

“This joint program between CMS and the ABA’s Health Law Section represents the Medical Society’s commitment to members during a time of change and uncertainty. We planned this focused education with the ABA after physicians came to CMS for help with employment contracting and related issues,” CMS President A. Jay Chauhan, DO, FAOCO, said.

As part of the conference, U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, MD, (R-La.) discussed Stark Law changes, along with other actions to improve health care delivery, strengthening the doctor-patient relationship. From across the political aisle, U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) gave a luncheon address. Focusing on national public health concerns, Senator Durbin urged the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to ban flavored vaping devices and further regulate the e-cigarette industry. He also praised the Chicago Medical Society for collaborating with his office on a range of issues.

The Physicians Legal Issues: Healthcare Delivery and Innovation Conference took place in Chicago on Sept. 12-14. Physicians attending the full two-day event could earn up to 18.5 CME credits.

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