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    This year’s theme is Virginia’s Finest!
    Mark your calendars, the Gala will be hosted by the MSV Foundation on Saturday, October 19 at the Omni Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia.
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ABMS Letter to Hospitals on Vision Commission Recommendation

Jun 6, 2019
On June 5, ABMS sent the below letter to over 6,600 chief medical officers (CMOs) and executive leaders for hospitals and health systems throughout the country. The goal of the letter is to fulfill in part a recommendation of the Continuing Board Certification: Vision for the Future Commission that...
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Ending Surprise Medical Bills Means Putting Patients First

May 21, 2019
Ending Surprise Medical Bills Means Putting Patients First via Richmond Times-Dispatch In early May, President Trump announced efforts to end the practice of surprise medical billing, saying “For too long, surprise billing…has left some patients with thousands of dollars of unexpected and...
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DMAS Issues Additional Guidance on LTSS Screening Process

Jul 9, 2019
DMAS has released an updated statement regarding the recent LTSS screening process changes . To reiterate: physicians may sign screening packets without the training ( see DMAS bulleting from June 6 ). Read the updated statement below. DMAS is aware that the recent implementation of enforcement of...
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LTSS Training Requirement Delayed for Physicians

Jun 24, 2019
Last year, a regulatory change was enacted that required health care providers to complete a training before being able to screen any individual for eligibility to receive Medicaid-funded long-term services and supports (LTSS). This form must be completed to determine various support services for...
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My activities at the annual meeting and at White Coats on Call day have allowed me to be involved in the legislative process. I worked on Telehealth legislation in the past year with MSV. It was very gratifying to see that legislation was passed along the lines of what we at MSV advocated.

My membership in the Medical Society of Virginia has been invaluable.  I’ve fostered close professional relationships, and cultivated true friendships since moving here with my family. I came to the MSV earlier in my career nearly a decade ago.  I had the privilege of being accepted into the...

MSV introduced me to other doctors and medical students across the state who are just as passionate about protecting our patients and enabled me to develop a lifelong network of peers.

Looking back on my time with the MSV, I've realized more than ever that we are more than just classmates, more than just medical students in Virginia. We're a family - a family that has grown both in size and in solidarity - and one that I am proud to be a part of.

Physicians are busy caring for patients.  Most aren’t able to take time from their practices for the advocacy work that is so vital to “making Virginia the best place in which to practice medicine and receive care”. MSV provides this advocacy. I know my membership helps make this possible. So...

MSV promotes a sense of shared purpose and support in our efforts to provide quality medical care to our patients, while preserving our independence and providing a secure practice future.

I have been a proud MSV member since 2011 when the House of Delegates voted to accept PAs into membership. This allowed me to benefit both personally and professionally. There are many reasons I appreciate MSV membership.  Annual participation with White Coats on Call is always memorable. The...

Membership in MSV has introduced me to other physicians in the commonwealth who have the same goals of improving patient care and medical practice.

The Medical Society of Virginia gave me the opportunity to have my voice heard. My student membership in MSV equipped me with the tools I need to successfully advocate for my profession and future patients.

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