APMA is pleased to announce the opening of the APMA/TDI Public Health Fellowship application process for 2020–22 (two-year online academic program). The deadline for applications is September 27. Applications must be submitted by email to Dyane E. Tower, DPM, MPH, MS, director of Clinical Affairs.Read More
Don’t miss the abstracts sessions today to bring yourself up to speed on the latest evidence in podiatric medicine and surgery. The Oral Abstracts session will cover the Akin Osteotomy, Charcot Reconstruction, microbiomes in diabetic feet, rotational flaps in partial amputations, and disparities in inpatient management of diabetic foot infections. Also on the roster are the effectiveness of multidisciplinary group practices in reducing amputation rates, and biomarkers for prediction of healing in chronic ulcers.Read More
At the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting in Washington, DC, APMA shared the news that the association was investigating the best way to bring its members a podiatry-specific EHR that would integrate with our registry. This year, President David G. Edwards, DPM, announced that APMA, NextGen Healthcare, Inc., and Darena Solutions have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding that defines a forthcoming partnership.Read More
Today’s pain management track will explore the latest trends and issues in managing chronic pain and may meet the opioid/pain management CECH requirements for some states.Read More
MACRA Made Easy - Proposed Changes for MIPS Year 4 (2020 Performance Year)
August 20, 2019
On August 20, 2019, APMA will host an installment of its MACRA Made Easy Webinar Series, "Proposed Changes for MIPS Year 4 (2020 Performance Year)." Jeffrey Lehrman, DPM, will present.
The APMA Podcast serves as another platform for members to receive valuable and exclusive member-only content on a variety of topics. Each individual episode is embedded directly in the APMA website, so members can listen to each episode on the site. Or members can listen on SoundCloud when accessed through the APMA website (a SoundCloud account is required). Listen to them on the go, at a time that is convenient for you. If there is a topic you would like covered or if you have any feedback on this podcast, we want to hear it; email us at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!