According to MSNJ, sharing timely clinical patient information among physicians and hospitals with disparate EHRs relies upon a connection to an HIE.
"MSNJ is leading the effort to connect medical practices through OneHealth New Jersey.
Physicians in New Jersey seeking more information about The Physicians Foundation Interoperability Fund or about OneHealth New Jersey should contact MSNJ's CEO Larry Downs at (609) 896-1766 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The current definition officially promulgated by the MSNJ
is that "(f)utile medical therapy can be considered to be any treatment that cannot within reasonable likelihood cure, palliate, ameliorate, or restore a quality of life that would be satisfactory to the patient.
Levine has served as a member of MSNJ's board of trustees for more than ten years in various positions and will assume the presidency from Dr.
Levine intricately understands how our organization operates on behalf of patients and physicians throughout New Jersey," said Larry Downs, chief executive officer of MSNJ in a statement.
On behalf of MSNJ and our physician members, we congratulate Dr.
In his inaugural speech, Levine expressed his vision for the future of the MSNJ and outlined his goals for his upcoming term.
"I will continue to capitalize on MSNJ's previous successes while examining new avenues for growth and encouraging further engagement from our members," Levine said.
"So I think the public looks to us, MSNJ
and our physician members, as public health officials to say this legislation will have a positive effect on their health and I don't see any indication that that is true.
Established in 1766, MSNJ
is the country's oldest professional society and is an advocate for promoting public health and medicine, safeguarding medical practitioners and educating the public regarding the problems of medicine.View the full article from NJBIZ at http://www.njbiz.com/article/20180928/NJBIZ01/180929864/holy-name-medical-partners-joins-msnj.
In addition to the MSNJ
, HENC includes the Connecticut State Medical Society, the Medical Association of Georgia, the Kansas Medical Society, the Louisiana Medical Society, the Missouri State Medical Association and the South Carolina Medical Associaiton.