A Grand Reunion: On-demand Webinars

A Grand Reunion: On-demand WebinarsThis package of 13 on-demand webinars, recorded from the 2022 Michigan Family Medicine Conference & Expo, is approved for a total of 14.75 CME credits through August 31, 2023.

Purchase the package today to access the variety of webinars, some of which meet state-mandated CME requirements, at your leisure.

Intended Audience

Family physicians, family medicine residents, medical students, and life members

1. An Integrative Approach to Common Primary Care Conditions

Using a case-based format, this session guides participants through an integrative approach to caring for patients with common primary care conditions. After viewing the webinar, you will leave able to recommend evidence-based integrative therapies for common clinical conditions.

Facilitator: Erin Hendriks MD, FAAFP, Diplomate ABOM, Diplomate ABLM, Salvo Health (Bloomfield Township, MI)

CME: This session is approved for 0.75 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

2. Better Health at Lower Costs: How to Navigate Value-based Care

Value-based care not only has the power to advance healthcare quality and equity, it can also accelerate innovations in care delivery. But what is value-based care? This session explores the definition, benefits, and examples of value-based care and how it translates into a family physician's office.

Facilitator: Jennifer Aloff, MD, FAAFP, Family Physician, Midland Family Physicians (Midland, MI)

CME: This session is approved for 1.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

3. Billing and Coding: Ways You Are Losing Money Every Day 

Value-based compensation models and annual changes in medical billing rules and regulations impact practice revenue. Discussion during this session focuses on being proactive in recognizing these changes, as well as understanding the importance of care team members, to ensure proper reimbursement.

Facilitators:  Ewa Matuszewski, BA, Chief Executive Officer, MedNetOne Health Solutions (Rochester, MI)  

CME: This session is approved for 1.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

4. Clinical Ethics - A Pragmatic Approach 

As a patient nears the end of life, conflicts commonly arise when the family’s expectations exceed what is medically possible. Physicians may also experience moral distress when they recognize that aggressive treatment is no longer beneficial. Utilizing recognized ethical tenants, this webinar explores a structured framework for analyzing ethical dilemmas and provides suggested techniques for managing conflict and aligning end-of-life goals through effective communication.

Facilitator: Fred Van Alstine, MD, MBA, Palliative & Supportive Care, Mercy Health Palliative Care (Gaylord, MI)

CME: This session is approved for 1.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit and meets the State of Michigan's medical ethics training requirement for medical licensure.

5. Guideline Recommendations That Will Change Your Practice

Guideline recommendations for prevention, treatment methods, and treatment ages can differ between organizations, often making it difficult to stay up to date. This session briefly describes the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force guideline development process as well as current guidelines and future recommendations for prevention and treatment with high impact on family medicine practice.

Facilitator: Wendy Biggs, MD, FAAFP, Family Medicine Professor, College of Medicine, Central Michigan University (Saginaw, MI)

CME: This session is approved for 0.75 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

6. How to Ethically Prescribe Opioids as a Family Physician

Since 2000, opioid overdose deaths have grown ten-fold in Michigan, making the opioid epidemic one of the greatest public health crises of our time. This session explores the opioid crisis in greater detail, presents non-opioid options for pain control, and discusses how family physicians can ethically meet the State of Michigan’s recommendations and requirements if using opioids in practice.

Facilitator: Jaclyn Randel, MD

CME: This session is approved for 2.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credits and contributes toward the State of Michigan's medical ethics and pain and symptom management training requirement for medical licensure.

7. Opioids: How We Got Here, How to Prescribe by the Rules, and How to Compassionately Address Patients’ Beliefs on Opioids and Pain

This session discusses the history of opioids in America and the opioid epidemic, legal requirements when prescribing opioids in Michigan, and how family physicians can manage opioids in clinical practice. Suggestions on screening substance use disorder, tapering methods, and changing the pain narrative are offered. Participants will also gain a better understanding of the physiology of chronic and acute pain and how to help their patients better manage symptoms.

Facilitator: Glenn Dregansky, DO, FAAFP, MAFP President, Family Physician (Jerome, MI)

CME Awarded: This session is approved for 3.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credits and meets the State of Michigan's pain and symptom management training requirement for medical licensure.

8. Overcoming Implicit Bias: Enhancing the Health Equity Lens for Your Practice

Addressing inequalities in healthcare is critical in the practice of family medicine, with implicit bias being part of the health equity ecosystem that family physicians need to navigate. This session covers how to address disparity gaps and implicit bias, how to present the business case for health equity, and how to move the needle on health equity for your patients and community.

Facilitator: Kim Yu, MD, FAAFP, Regional Medical Director, Aledade (Bethesda, MD)

CME Awarded: This session is approved for 0.75 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

9. Practical Approach to Assessing and Treating Human Trafficking Victims

Family physicians are essential care team members with the ability to identify victims of human trafficking, who span all ages, sexual orientations, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds. Attend this session to develop an understanding of Michigan law, warning signs, and best resources to support both physicians and victims. Plus, gain a practical, straightforward, evidence-based approach to assessing and treating victims of human trafficking that may be integrated into the family medicine practice.

Facilitator: Rachel Klamo, DO, FAAFP, Family Physician and Chief of Family Medicine, Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital (Oxford, MI)

CME: This session is approved for 1.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit and meets the State of Michigan’s human trafficking training requirement for medical licensure. 

10. Reducing Implicit Bias in Maternity Care: A Framework for Action

Birthing people of color experience high rates of maternal morbidity and mortality in the United States. In addition to differential access to quality care, they often endure bias and discrimination in clinical settings. This session presents initiatives aimed at reducing implicit bias in healthcare and identify key domains for change and multi-tiered outcomes measures for assessment.

Facilitator: Yoni Siden, MD, MPP, BSW (Ann Arbor, MI)

CME: This session is approved for 0.75 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

11. SBIRT: Incorporating Alcohol Screening into Health Maintenance and Mood Disorder Visits

Medicare pays for medically reasonable and necessary Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment Services (SBIRT) provided in physicians’ offices, such as when assessing and identifying individuals with, or at risk for, substance use-related issues. Learn about one family medicine practice’s experience incorporating the AUDIT-C screening tool for alcohol use and providing SBIRT for patients at all health maintenance and mood disorder visits. This session also reviews the 2020 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services updates to coding and screening reimbursement services for Medicare beneficiaries.

Facilitators: Barbara Stanford, MD, Associate Program Director, Trinity Health Grand Rapids Family Medicine Residency (Grand Rapids, MI)

CME: This session is approved for 0.75 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

12. Shared Decision Making: More is Better  

Most medical decisions do not have a single, clear option. Instead, there is room for shared decision making—a key component of patient-centered care. This session discusses standardized tools that can be used to advise patients of available options while simultaneously including them in the decision-making process.

Facilitators: David Walsworth, MD, FAAFP, Associate Chair for Clinical Affairs, Department of Family Medicine, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI)

CME:  This session is approved for 1.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.

13. Trauma-informed Care Using the RESCUE Method

Attend this session to develop an understanding of how trauma can affect development from the neuropsychological standpoint. Armed with that knowledge, learn how you can teach and walk with your patients on their healing journey using the R.E.S.C.U.E. method, while also improving health outcomes.

Facilitators: Tina Tanner, MD, FAAFP, Primary Care Medical Director, Muskegon and North Ottawa Counties, Mercy Health Physician Partners (Muskegon, MI)

CME:  This session is approved for 1.00 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit.


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  • MAFP Active, Inactive, and Life Members: $350
  • MAFP Resident Member: $250
  • MAFP Student, Transitional Members: $50
  • Non-member: $450