11/21/13: New Medical Staff Officers (2-year term)
- President - Stacy R. Nerenstone, MD, Oncology Associates, PC
- Vice President - Matthew L. Saidel, MD, Women’s Comprehensive HealthCare
- Treasurer - William V. Sardella, MD, Hartford HealthCare Medical Group
- Secretary - John F. D’Avella, MD, Connecticut Multispecialty Group, PC
11/21/13: New Medical Executive Committee Members (2-year term)
- April L. Goller, DO, Connecticut Multispecialty Group, PC
- Leah D. Meisterling, DO, Hartford Anesthesiology, Inc.
- Jarrod B. Post, MD, Connecticut Multispecialty Group, PC
- Andrew E. Wakefield, MD, CT Neurosurgery & Spine Assoc., LLC
New SCM PCP Clinical Summary Screen
In response to suggestions to consolidate pertinent patient information in Sunrise Clinical Manager (SCM), we have created a new PCP Clinical Summary screen. This clinical summary, based on recommendations from our physicians, is designed to alleviate the need to search through multiple screens to find documentation regarding your patients' hospitalizations.
We hope you'll find this a more efficient way to locate patient information and we look to you for additional suggestions and feedback. If you have any questions or comments, please reach out to any of the following individuals:
CME Desktop Live View is Now Active!
Any clinician or physician who requires CMEs to maintain
their license to practice can now view grand rounds, tumor boards and other
conferences LIVE from a hospital-connected computer. Gilman Auditorium, Bliss
303 and JB-118 have been outfitted with the technology that will provide you
live viewing of these presentations. Look for the new "CME Live View" icon on
your desktop or find a link on the
Education Intranet page.
Click here for more info.
Approved Changes by the Medical Executive Committee
2.B. GENERAL CONDITIONS OF APPOINTMENT AND REAPPOINTMENT
2.B.1. Basic Responsibilities and Requirements:
As a condition of consideration for appointment or reappointment, and as a condition of continued appointment, every applicant and member specifically agree to the following:
(t) to not admit, treat or perform any procedures on themselves or members of their immediate family members within a Hartford Hospital facility, except in emergency situations or with prior approval of the CMO or their designee in isolated circumstances where there is no other credentialed medical personnel available;
(u) to not, write prescriptions for controlled substances for themselves at any time or for their immediate family members except in an emergency situation, and in such situation only one prescription for no more than thirty doses of the controlled substance should be written.
Click here to read Ethical Opinion 8.19 from the AMA.
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Classes & Events
|Healthcare Toastmasters Chapter #2300
| ||Learn to develop effective communication skills and take control of your presentations & meetings through effective listening, thinking and speaking.
|Psychiatric Grand Rounds
| ||This professional education activity supports the Institute's goal of clinical excellence and presents clinically relevant information from a variety of mental health disciplines.
| ||This series focuses on applied psychopharmacology and research on brain structure and function.