Your shopping cart is empty.
 

Recent News

Recent News

May
30

POSITION FILLED***** The NMA is seeking an Executive Vice President. This position will oversee management of the organization including membership, advocacy, education, industry interaction, an annual meeting, and other affiliated activities. S/he is responsible for establishing and achieving operating and...>>Read more...

May
10

The 2018 Legislature passed new laws related to opiates, prescribing, and continuing education requirements that will impact providers. Specifically, LB 931, signed by the Governor on April 4, creates new requirements providers must consider when prescribing opiates. And secondly, LB...>>Read more...

Apr
19

Robert Wergin, MD, a family physician from Seward, Neb., was recently honored to be selected to the National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services. Dr. Wergin was contacted by Alex Azar II, Secretary of Health and Human...>>Read more...

Feb
13

The first NMA Leadership Academy is coming to a close, which means it's time to accept applications for the second group of future leaders in medicine.

The Leadership Academy was made possible by a generous grant from...>>Read more...

Feb
06

Important update from the AMA - Tuesday, February 6, 12:49 p.m.

As a result of advocacy by the American Medical Association (AMA) and other physician groups, language extending the misvalued code offset has changed for the better.  Earlier reports were...>>Read more...

Dec
19

Dear Physician Colleagues,

As current president of the Nebraska Medical Association, I am reaching out to you to highlight the importance of Nebraska’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) and ask that you take the simple steps necessary to participate.

As...>>Read more...

Nov
29

On November 3, 2017, the Director of the Department of Insurance approved the recommendation to increase the surcharge to the Excess Liability fund to 40% for 2018, up from 26% in 2017. This change was necessary due to an increase...>>Read more...

Nov
07

As a result of President Trump declaring the opioid crisis a public health emergency, new guidance regarding when and how physicians and other health care providers can share the personal information of someone involved in an opioid event or crisis...>>Read more...

Oct
18

Lincoln – The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services continues to take action to help prevent prescription drug overdose in Nebraska. The department developed and is now releasing a new opioid prescribing resource for providers.

“Although opioids can be...>>Read more...

Sep
07

Earlier this year, the Legislature passed LB 487, which creates a Good Samaritan drug overdose immunity law for the state of Nebraska. The bill, effective September 2017, works like this:

Pages

Standard Page