Designed to help Cincinnati-area physicians improve the quality of telehealth services; share practical knowledge gained from local, state, and national resources; and provide a forum for exchange of best practices among participants. Telehealth visits have become important tools in caring for patients while trying to keep physicians and their staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although the weather did not cooperate, golfers still braved the rain, wind, and chilly temperatures to participate in the Academy's 2nd Annual Golf Outing that was held Monday, September 28, at Maketewah Country Club.
Congratulations the to winners: First Place: The foursome of Brad Arnott, Rodney Namaky, Tyler Robertson, and Barry Robertson, MD Second Place; The foursome of Hal Chaudhary, MD, Riaz Chaudhary, MD, Salem Chaudhary, and Andy Law Closest to the Pin: Tom Dewey Longest Drive: Adam Kamm Cheers to our last place finishers for a valiant effort: The foursome of Chris Asher, Brian Cervenka, MD, Norm Falick, and Chad Zender, MD
2020 Golf Outing
The foursome of Hal Chaudhary, MD, Riaz Chaudhary, MD, Salem Chaudhary, and Andy Law
Brad Arnott and Rodney Namaky – members of the first place foursome
The event, held at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, featured the installation of the 2019-2020 Council, presentation of the 50-Year Physician Awards, and distribution of the Academy Foundation’s medical student scholarship award.
163rd Annual Meeting & Awards Celebration – October 3
163rd Annual Meeting
Foundation President Manisha Patel, MD, and scholarship winner Kate Meizlish
Incoming President Matthew Hardin, MD
Robyn Chatman, MD, and Elizabeth Muennich, MD, present the OSMA 50-Year Awards
Councilor Joseph Cheng, MD, and President Matthew Hardin, MD
Social Event + Educational Program on Contract Negotiation designed for practicing physicians and physicians in training (residents, fellows). Held at MadTree Brewing, it included presentations from a medical practice consultant and an attorney, panel discussion, and Q & A session.
Thanks to our generous sponsor ScrogginsGrear for their support of the event.
"How to Negotiate the Best Contract for You” – November 7
Joseph Cheng, MD, leads discussion on negotiations
MadTree Brewing – site of the event
Gregory Rouan, MD, responds during the panel Q & A
Community-wide resources to support physician well-being and an interconnected physician community.
In-person events, webinars, and other activities featuring timely issues affecting the practice of medicine.
Matters related to emergency medical services in the community including Hamilton County Paramedic Protocols and EMS educational activities.
Charitable arm of the Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati serving the local medical community and the community at large through grant allocations.