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SVMIC’s 2020 Education Offerings Are Now Available

By Judy Musgrove
Assistant Vice President, Marketing & Communications, SVMIC

February, 2020


SVMIC’s education offerings are now together in one place for your review:

  • Live Risk Education Prescribing Seminar
  • Innovative new Practice Manager education curriculum
  • Self-paced courses eligible for CME and 10% premium credit for physician policyholders
  • Free online courses for staff education
  • Free educational podcasts

 We are proud to launch a brand-new, streamlined curriculum for practice executives and staff.

  • Regional One-Day Medical Practice Management Updates bring the latest expertise in practice management closer to our policyholders. These one-day events are being held this summer at 8 locations around Tennessee, Arkansas, and Kentucky, and will feature content including cybersecurity, HR hot topics, MIPS, and much more. Find the schedule and register here.
  • Practice Management Symposium is a longer 1.5-day event held this fall in Nashville and Little Rock. The agenda is full of content, such as payment reform, clinical risk management, revenue cycle management, compliance, and much more. The schedule and registration information are located here.

 In 2020, SVMIC is offering the live seminar Prescribing Controlled Drugs: Minimizing the Risks in 17 cities. It is a dynamic, interesting course that qualifies physician policyholders for 10% premium credit, as well as providing 2.0 CME hours of mandatory prescribing credits for physicians and other providers.

Important to note, there is a significant change to CME attendance requirements this year. To receive the full 2.0 hours of CME credits for the prescribing course, attendees must sign in no later than 7 minutes after the start of the course. No one will be permitted to sign in after 20 minutes. No exceptions. All physician policyholders who sign in by 20 minutes after the start time and stay until the end of the seminar will be eligible for the 10% premium credit. Register for your course now.

To better accommodate your busy schedules, we continue to expand our portfolio of online courses. Like the live seminars, these booklet and online self-study courses provide a 10% premium credit and 2.0 hours of CME.

Visit the SVMIC Education Center to read about all our education offerings and to get registration instructions.

About The Author

Judy is the Assistant Vice President of Marketing and Communications at SVMIC.

A native of Southwest Florida, Judy moved north for college and graduated in 1993 from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a double major in Systems Engineering and Mathematical Economics. Judy spent six years serving our country in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps with assignments including Practice Manager of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center Psychiatry Department and Officer in Charge of all U.S. medical assets deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Upon leaving the Army, Judy worked for Corning Inc. in upstate New York for five years in global market analysis and market development. In 2004, Judy and her family moved to Nashville where she began a Corporate Marketing department at LP Building Products. Judy held several roles at LP during her 10 year tenure there, including leading the activation of the LP Field naming rights.

In 2014, Judy came to SVMIC to fill a newly created role leading the Marketing and Communications function. At SVMIC, Judy has led several initiatives including rebranding the company, the launch of SVMIC's Mutual Value Plan, the conversion to electronic check-in at our Risk Education seminars, redesign of SVMIC's websites, the creation and launch of our Vantage™ policyholder platform, and several marketing campaigns. Judy's passion is for customer-focused branding that is clear and simple.

Judy and her husband, Kendall, live in Franklin with their two daughters and menagerie of animals. Judy's interests include tennis, reading, cooking, and traveling.

The contents of The Sentinel are intended for educational/informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Policyholders are urged to consult with their personal attorney for legal advice, as specific legal requirements may vary from state to state and/or change over time.

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