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Wednesday, November 11, 2020
7:oo PM via Zoom
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COVID-19 Presentation: Presented by Nicholas Soulakis, PhD, assistant professor of Preventive Medicine in the Divisions of Health and Biomedical Informatics and Epidemiology at Northwestern University. He is currently on leave of absence from the medical school to work as an epidemiologist in the Illinois Department of Public Health to help them understand the number of Illinois residents infected with COVID-19 and predict how long the outbreak will last. He and his team of epidemiologists discussed the following: workforce development, epidemiological trends, and outbreak cluster detection.
ISMS Legislative Updates with Erin O'Brien Playback audio_only.m4a
On Wednesday, June 24th Dr. Vidya Mandiyan, MD and Deborah Rehder, PharmD presented "Lessons from a COVID-19 Hotspot" highlighting patient cases and treatment options being used as the virus continues to unfold. A recording of the presentation along with the accompanying slides is available. To access the presentation, click on the program title.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many patients may be wondering where they can go for their health needs. The following KCMS member physicians are ready to serve you in their practices at this time. Click on the practice name for more information about hours and telehealth visits.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information is changing on a daily basis. The Kane County Medical Society is providing links to important information and data to help keep you informed.
CDC Information Resources for Clinics and Healthcare Facilities
IDFPR Relaxes Rules for Retired Physicians and PA's
Physicians and physician assistants whose licenses are expired, inactive or non-renewed for less than three years can have them restored temporarily for no fee or continuing education requirement to work under the direction of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency, Illinois Department of Public Health or in a long-term care facility, hospital or federally qualified health center.
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In Case You Missed It
The Kane County Medical Society recently hosted a learning event featuring John Perryman, MD who spoke about a physicians' proposed plan for a national health plan. Dr. Perryman offered a refreshing look and a down to earth explanation of the idea of expanding healthcare for more Americans.
If you weren't able to join the discussion in March you can hear Dr. Perryman's entire conversation here.