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SMI Maternal Safety Bundles now available.
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NEW!! 2014-2015 Physician Premium Rates Announcement
The Superintendent of Financial Services has announced that the base rate for all MLMIC physician policyholders be increased +2.1% for the July 1, 2014 – July 1, 2015 policy year. The Superintendent also approved certain class/specialty changes. Continue.
Click here to read the MLMIC letter to physician and surgeon policyholders.
Annual District II Meeting, October 17-19
Grand Hyatt New York
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Attention Junior Fellows: Call for Abstracts Now Open!
Showcase your research project during this year's Annual District Meeting (ADM) being held October 17-19, 2014 at the Grand Hyatt, New York, New York. Contest prizes include a $1,000 travel stipend for the 2015 ACM and a $1,000 cash prize. Click here for complete information.
ACOG District II Update eNewsletter
Click here to read the June 2014 issue of District II's
ObGyn Residents Meet Governor Cuomo
Governor Andrew Cuomo (pictured here) spoke to our Junior Fellow resident advocates recently in Albany and gave them a personal tour of the historic Capitol building.
DII’s Resident Advocacy Program (RAP) is an opportunity for residents to gain a greater understanding of the political factors that will shape the future of obstetrics and gynecology. Participants receive hands-on policy making experience and must complete a series of learning objectives.
Interested in RAP? Contact Katie Gordon, Director of Government Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Power Morcellation and Occult Malignancy in Gynecologic Surgery
A Special Report from The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, May 2014
Medicare Payment Data Now Subject to the Freedom of Information Act
Find out why patients are now entitled to know how much Medicare payments physicians receive when this information was previously considered private.
Preventing Preterm Birth - Education Video Series
Preterm birth continues to be a major health challenge in the U.S. despite efforts to reduce it. These clinical education videos on the Short Cervix and 17OHPC address preterm birth while tackling important questions and clinical scenarios.