Capital Region's William D. Smittle, D.O., Healthy Review Primary Care Seminar
After attending the conference, physicians will be able to recognize, discuss, and incorporate in their care plans updates in: Pediatrics; Practice Management/Psychiatry; Cardiovascular-Respiratory; Emergent/Urgent Care; General Medicine and Integrative Medicine/OMM.
Each lecture has specific objectives based upon assessment of the needs of attending physicians as suggested to the CME Committee by Medical Staff, Department Chiefs, Executive, QA-QI, Peer Review, Credentials, DME committees and surveys of prior attendees. Upon completion of the Seminar, the participants should be able to: Improve diagnosis and treatment of common primary care practice problems, apply more effectively the treatment modes of diagnosis/care, management, apply current information to questions in practice, maintain competency and improve proficiency, and evaluate controversial issues in primary care medicine. Attendees will be eligible to earn a maximum of 28.5 CME credits.
To Provide quality continuing medical education (CME) to: (1) the medical staff of Capital Region Medical Center, enhancing their ability to provide the best care to the patients of Capital Region Medical Center and its service area, and (2) to other M.D.s and D.O.s in the areas of primary care, i.e. family medicine, emergency medicine, general pediatrics, general surgery and internal medicine.