Member News

March 06, 2015

One Question Results, New Webinars and more!

March 06, 2015

Results of the One Question asking which Electives course date and location members would more likely attend in 2016.

March 05, 2015

The March 2015 IFSSH Ezine.

February 27, 2015

New One Question, Chase Library Artifact of the Month and more!

February 20, 2015

One Question Results, Practice Director Applications Open and more!

February 20, 2015

Results of the One Question asking members about whether they demonstrate meaningful use to qualify for the Medicare EHR incentive program.

Volunteer Note
February 20, 2015

Passionate, qualified active members are now encouraged to apply for the position of Practice Division Director, who oversees a broad range of committees and has the ability to make an impact on problems that their peers encounter daily.

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