Maryland Preceptor Tax Program
Community physician preceptors are needed! Community physicians can mentor the next generation of physicians and receive tax credits, while addressing workforce shortages and fulfilling professional responsibility. Receive a $1,000 tax credit per rotation, up to $10,000 annually, to mentor medical students in underserved areas of the state for a minimum of three, and up to ten, monthly, four-week blocks. Connect and learn more.
On Demand Webinar Resources
We have several webinars to help with licensing mandates, telehealth implementation, and remote patient monitoring. We have additional resources on telehealth on this website.
The BCMA continues to work with MedChi, and its components, as well as the county and state, to pool our resources and keep physicians informed.
Public Health Update: Monkeypox
Presentation by: Gregory Wm. Branch, M.D., Health Officer, Director of Health and Human Services, Baltimore County Department Of Health. This CME, Public Health Update: Monkeypox was originally presented on October 25, 2022.
Implicit Bias Training Required for 2023 License Renewal
On April 1, 2022, a law requiring Maryland physicians to complete implicit bias training for license renewal. This is a one-time requirement for physicians. What does implicit bias mean for you and our health care system? is a panel is moderated by Stephen Thomas, Ph.D., Professor of Health and Policy Management at the University of Maryland, Director, Maryland Center for Health Equity and Mayor Omar Neal, radio show host and former mayor of Tuskegee, Alabama. This CME approved by the Maryland Office of Health and Health Disparities fulfills the licensing requirement.
Rapid implementation of remote patient monitoring
Date Recorded: March 24, 2020 – Watch Now on YouTube
In this rapid-fire webinar, Dr. Alex Mohseni and Dr. Amy Schiffman, cohosts of the Mastering Medicare podcast, will teach you everything you need to know to get started with RPM.
You will learn:
- How RPM differs from telemedicine and CCM
- Payment potential and billing tips
- Documentation requirements
- Hardware requirements and issues, and EMR Integration
- Vendor and patient selection
- Role of RPM during COVID-19 pandemic
- How to implement RPM without disrupting your current practice
Rapid Implementation of Telehealth
Date Recorded: March 18, 2020 – Watch Now on YouTube
The current COVID-19 pandemic calls for new ways to care for the medical needs of your patients – even if it’s from a distance. This is a how-to webinar on telemedicine.
This webinar will address:
- What is Telemedicine
- Cost and Best Practices
- How to use Virtual Visits
- Launching a Telemedicine Program
- Reimbursement Considerations
- Stakeholders and Technology