This activity addresses behavioral disorders, psychiatric illness, and disruptive behavior in physicians. It also outlines an intervention process for approaching colleagues who may have these problems. 2 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 2 ETHICS
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This activity discusses the importance of professional boundaries while encountering a wide variety of challenging patients. 2 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 2 ETHICS
“How you behave today can absolutely affect your tomorrow,” says Soto. “The difference between [a doctor] having a complaint filed against their licenses and not having one filed often has nothing to do with how well they’ve practiced their craft. Often, it is simply how they acted as human beings in a particular situation.” 4.25 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 4.25 ETHICS
This activity educates participants about nutrition basics to prevent and manage cardiovascular risk; how to incorporate motivational interviewing and counseling techniques into medical practices to better your patients’ health. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS
The Texas Medical Records Privacy Act is more stringent than its federal counterparts, HIPAA and the HITECH Act, and requires that all physicians and their staff receive training as necessary and appropriate to carry out their duties. In other words, one training size does not fit all. This webinar provides general training on state and federal compliance in medical staff members’ daily routines. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS
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Physicians are required to complete 48 credits of continuing medical education every 24 months to maintain the Texas medical license. The credits may be earned in formal and informal CME activities of which two credits in formal CME must be designated for ethics and/or professional responsibility content.