Thursday, April 24, 2014
West Virginia Special 3.0 Hour CME Requirement

West Virginia Special 3.0 Hour CME Requirement – This program was developed and presented in cooperation with the West Virginia Board of Medicine and West Virginia Board of Osteopathic Medicine to meet the mandatory 3.0 hour CME requirement on Best Practice Prescribing of Controlled Substances and Drug Diversion Training.

After you view the webinar, click in the upper right hand corner to register and pay ($50) for the viewing. You must complete the post-test in order to receive your CME credit. During the registration process if any of the questions do not apply to you put N/A in the space provided.

Click here to access the webinar.

Upcoming Events
  •  Certified Medical Coder Course (CMC)
    June 17, 24, July 1, 8 and 15
    St. Joseph's Campus of Camden Clark Hospital - Parkersburg
    (must attend all five days)

  • ICD-10 CM Workshop - June 18
    Chuck Mathena Center- Princeton

  • Certified Medical Insurance Specialist (CMIS)
    June 19, 20, 26 and 27
    WVSMA Offices - Charleston
    (must attend all four days)

  • ICD-10 Coding Workshop - August 7
    Oglebay Resort and Conference Center - Wheeling

    (6 hours of CME available) 

  • 2014 WVSMA Healthcare Summit
    August 22-24, The Greenbrier - White Sulphur Springs

  • Certified Medical Coder Course (CMC)
    Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30 and Oct. 7
    WVSMA Offices - Charleston
    (must attend all five days)

  • 2014 Appalachian Addiction and Prescription Drug Abuse Conference
    October 23-25, Embassy Suites - Charleston

  • 2015 WVSMA Annual Business Meeting and Physician Practice Conference
    February 27 & 28, The Marriott - Charleston

Click here for more information and to register
for these upcoming events!

May/June issue of the Journal

Since 1906, the WVSMA has published the state’s only clinical peer-reviewed journal,
the West Virginia Medical Journal, which offers a variety of scientific
and special articles of interest to physicians.

For the latest edition of the WV Medical Journal
click here.

For more information and past editions of the Journal
click here.

Medical Record Retention
Updated information is now available on medical record retention requirements under state and federal law.  WVSMA General Counsel Michele Grinberg outlines key statutory and regulatory requirements to help physicians and medical office personnel stay in compliance with medical record retention laws.  For a copy, contact WVSMA Physician Practice Advocate Barbara Good at (304) 925-0342 ext. 11 or  This helpful information is another valuable service provided exclusively to the members of the WVSMA.  
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Charleston, WV 25364
(304) 925-0342 or (800) 257-4747
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