Save the Date: NHID to Hold Annual Hearing Nov. 3

Event to focus on health insurance premium rates and driving factors

Concord, NH - The New Hampshire Insurance Department will host its annual hearing on health insurance premium rates from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3, at the University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord.

Women in Medicine Month: Dr. Sandra Maruszak

September 13, 2017

In honor of Women in Medicine Month, NHMS asked members to contribute stories of women physicians in the state. This week we feature Dr. Sandra Maruszak.

Public Comment for Wheelabrator Air Permit Renewal

September 12, 2017

Wheelabrator is seeking to renew its air permit to burn processed construction and demolition wood in the Wheelabrator incinerator in Concord. A public comment period is in effect until Sept. 21.  

In October 2016, the NH Pediatric Society advocated against allowing incineration, due to the concern of increased lead emissions and other health concerns.

Women in Medicine Month: Dr. Colene Arnold

September 6, 2017

In honor of Women in Medicine Month, NHMS asked members to contribute stories of women physicians in the state. This week we feature Dr. Colene Arnold, with a special thank you to her business partner Leslie Parker, MPT, for sharing Dr. Arnold's story!

ACPM Announces Call for Diabetes Prevention Proposals

September 6, 2017

Supporting New Models for Screening, Testing, and Referral to CDC-recognized Lifestyle Change Programs

Does your NH medical license expire 6-30-18?

August 30, 2017 

To: All physicians with licenses expiring June 30, 2018 

Re: CME Reporting 

It is almost time to report your 2016-2017 Continuing Medical Education. 

As a condition of relicensure, ALL physicians must report biennially the type and amount of Continuing Medical Education credits obtained within the two calendar-year cycle.  

NH Medical Society One of Over 70 Groups Calling for MOC Reform

August 29, 2017 

The New Hampshire Medical Society (NHMS) is one of more than 70 state and national specialty physician organizations that signed a letter sent to the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) to express physicians’ concerns surrounding maintenance of certification (MOC) process. 

The letter questions the usefulness of the high-stakes MOC exam, the exorbitant costs of the MOC process, and the lack of transparent communication from the certifying boards have led to damaging the MOC brand and value of recertification. 

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