Two months after the first COVID-19 vaccines were administered, how is the rollout going in the Kansas City area? Join KCMS for an informative webinar on Saturday, February 27, from 8 to 9 a.m. The webinar follows up on our December 5 COVID-19 vaccination webinar.
At the 2020 KCMS Virtual Annual Meeting on October 21, a panel of area mayors described recent health and wellness successes achieved in their communities. Also at the Annual Meeting, the KCMS 2020 Awards were presented. Thank you to the Annual Meeting sponsors.
Over 250 Medical Society physicians and partners attended the KCMS 2019 Annual Meeting on September 26. Keynote speaker was Vanila M. Singh, MD, MACM. Former Kansas City Mayor Charles B. Wheeler, Jr, MD, JD, received the Lifetime Achievement Award and Patrick B “Rusty” Ryan, PharmD, received the Friend of Medicine Award. See who else was there!
Individualized, Multidisciplinary Approach to Pain Management Is Needed, HHS Task Force Chair Tells KCMS Annual Meeting
Treatment of chronic and acute pain should take into account the patient’s individual needs and draw from a full range of interventions, according to federal inter-agency task force. Vanila M. Singh, MD, MACM, task force chair, summarized the recommendations to over 250 physicians and health care partners at the Kansas City Medical Society Annual Meeting on September 26.
The Medical Society is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2019 KCMS Awards including the Lifetime Achievement Award to former Kansas City Mayor Charles B. Wheeler, Jr., MD, JD. The honors were presented at the Medical Society Annual Meeting on Thursday, September 26.
Stanford Professor and Recent HHS Official to Speak at 2019 KCMS Annual Meeting; Wesley Hamilton Added to Program
Vanila M. Singh, MD, MACM, who served from June 2017 to July 2019 as chief medical officer for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will be the speaker for the 2019 KCMS annual meeting on Thursday, Sept. 26.
Do you know a physician, individual or organization that deserves recognition for outstanding service to medicine and health in greater Kansas City? We invite you to nominate them for a 2019 Kansas City Medical Society Award. See the award categories and find out how to submit a nomination.
Join experts from the Kansas City Medical Society to discuss restrictive covenants and the impact on continuity of care and competition. There is a lot of chatter on the medical community about restrictive covenants. Anything from geographic impact, length, the timing of signing the contract and enforceability. The Kansas City Medical Society is bringing experts together to discuss these covenants and what they mean to your practice and their impact on patients.
Get ready to drink local beers, eat local food and meet local Physicians! Join us at Boulevard Brewing Company and enjoy beverages and appetizers on Wednesday, August 29th from 6-8pm.
The Kansas City Medical Society wants to partner with you to host these free events. The Stop the Bleed Training is a wonderful opportunity for community members to learn helpful information from local physicians.