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Dr. Sticca Named President of Northern Plains Rural Surgical Society

Posted 4/04/19 (Thu) read more »

Drug Manufacturers Increase Prices on Hundreds of Medications

Posted 1/03/19 (Thu) read more »

NDMA Member Dr. McLean is Featured by APA's Online Viewpoint: Mental Health at the Table During Community Crisis

Posted 12/28/18 (Fri) read more »

HHS Recommends Prescribing or Co-prescribing Naloxone to High Risk Opioid Overdose Patients

Posted 12/19/18 (Wed) read more »

NDMA Member Neville Alberto Named Chair of the Council of Transitional Year Program Directors

Neville Alberto, MD, FACP, accepts a five year term as Chair of the Council of Transitional Year Program Directors

Posted 11/30/18 (Fri) read more »

North Dakota Department of Health Seeing an Increase in Pertussis Cases

The NDDoH reminds providers to suspect pertussis in patients with prolonged coughs or coughs accompanied by paroxysms, post-tussive vomiting, inspiratory whoop or apnea (in infants younger than 12 months).

Posted 11/16/18 (Fri) read more »

2019 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program Final Rule

On Nov. 1, 2018, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2019 Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) and Quality Payment Program (QPP) final rule, which will be published in the Federal Register on Nov. 23, 2018. One week later, CMS released a snapshot of physician performance during the first year of the QPP, 2017. These data indicate that 93% of clinicians who were MIPS-eligible in 2017 will get a positive MIPS incentive payment in 2019. AMA is continuing to review the rule to further analyze these policies in the coming weeks.

Posted 11/09/18 (Fri) read more »

ND Dept of Health Receives Pediatric Mental Health Care Access Program Grant

North Dakota has received a five-year grant of $445 thousand to implement the Pediatric Mental Health Care Access Program grant.

Posted 9/26/18 (Wed) read more »


UND SMHS relies on clinical faculty and other volunteer preceptors to help educate, train, and evaluate our medical and allied health students. One particularly urgent need the school has now is for grading student clinical skills exams.

Posted 8/21/18 (Tue) read more »

BCBS Caring Foundation Offers Student Scholarships to Strengthen North Dakota’s Health Care Workforce

The BCBSND Caring Foundation Health Profession Scholarship Program will award ten $2,500 scholarships to individuals pursing a non-nursing health care related career.  

Posted 8/08/18 (Wed) read more »

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