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Montpelier Minute - March 21, 2017

Topics: Federal health care reform and budget, pharmaceutical gift ban, regulation of medical assistants, and raising the minimum age of legal access of tobacco to 21. 

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Montpelier Minute - March 21, 2017

Topics: Federal health care reform and budget, pharmaceutical gift ban, regulation of medical assistants, and raising the minimum age of legal access of tobacco to 21. 

CMS: 2016 PQRS EHR deadline extended

Individuals, PQRS practices, QCDRs and EHR submission data submission venders now have until March 31 to submit via QRDA …

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CMS: 2016 PQRS EHR deadline extended

Individuals, PQRS practices, QCDRs and EHR submission data submission venders now have until March 31 to submit via QRDA …

DOH releases updates to Medication-Assisted Treatment and Regulated Drug rules

VMS member feedback sought by March 31st ...

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VMS releases updated Vermont Guide to Health Care Law

Guide includes frequently-requested topics such as retaining medical records, closing a medical office and minor consent for health care …

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VMS releases updated Vermont Guide to Health Care Law

Guide includes frequently-requested topics such as retaining medical records, closing a medical office and minor consent for health care …

Montpelier Minute - March 21, 2017

Topics: Federal health care reform and budget, pharmaceutical gift ban, regulation of medical assistants, and raising the minimum age of legal access of tobacco to 21. 

CMS: 2016 PQRS EHR deadline extended

Individuals, PQRS practices, QCDRs and EHR submission data submission venders now have until March 31 to submit via QRDA …

VMS releases updated Vermont Guide to Health Care Law

Guide includes frequently-requested topics such as retaining medical records, closing a medical office and minor consent for health care …

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Founded more than 200 years ago, the Society has long been recognized as one of the state's most prominent health care organizations.

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