MSEPS At Your Service
MSEPS is committed to the delivery of the best possible quality eye care in the State of Maryland. To that end, MSEPS fosters a dynamic, collaborative environment that is rooted in sound medicine and mindful of the unique contributions of the entire medical team. Therapeutic changes continue to evolve in the treatment of medical and surgical eye disease and MSEPS members are among those in the medical community at the forefront of this evolving science. Comprehensive coalitions, inclusive of ophthalmology-specific and the entire spectrum of health professionals, renders MSEPS ophthalmology's leader in the State of Maryland regarding managed care effects on the delivery of eye care; legislative action that best serves the patient and public education and access to care initiatives. Ours is a time when most potentially blinding eye disease can be controlled with proper and prompt diagnosis and treatment; The Maryland Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons is dedicated to bringing these benefits to the citizens of Maryland.
2014 ICD-10 Coding Course
Friday, September 12, 2014
The Hyatt Regency Bethesda
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David Glasser, M.D., MSEPS President, led a group of young ophthalmologists in training to meet with legislators and their aides to advocate for issues important to ophthalmologists and their patients, including availability of affordable drugs, improving electronic health records, empowering patiens in choosing healthcare providers and funding of research into eye diseases. This Advocacy Day effort was a part of the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Mid-Year Forum held April 10-12 in Washington, D.C.
Pictured, left to right: Nora Khatib, M.D. (Ophthalmology Resident at University of Maryland), Alvin Liu, M.D. (Ophthalmology Resident at Johns Hopkins University), Roni Levin, M.D. (Pediatric Fellow at Johns Hopkins University), David Glasser, M.D. (MSEPS President) and Basil Morgan, M.D. (MSEPS Past President).
This year there are a record number of physicians running for seats in the Maryland Statehouse.* This is an unprecedented opportunity for medicine to increase its representation in Annapolis, and for MSEPS to forge new relationships with our legislators.
Each of the physicians listed below had an opportunity to address the MSEPS membership at a lunch symposium during our Annual Meeting May 2. We urge you to visit their websites and consider supporting them.
Physicians running for the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate
- Rene Desmaris, M.D., (R), House of Delegates, Legislative District 37B, Wicomico Co.
- Terri Hill, M.D., (D), House of Delegates, Legislative District 12, Howard Co.
- Hugh Hill, M.D., (D), Senate, Legislative District 16, Montgomery Co.
- Jay Jalisi, M.D., (D), House of Delegates, Legislative District 10, Baltimore Co.
- Clarence Lam, M.D., (D), House of Delegates, Legislative District 12, Howard Co.
- Dan Morhaim, M.D., (D), House of Delegates, Legislative District 11, Baltimore Co.
- Tim Robinson, M.D., (R), Senate, Legislative District 42, Baltimore Co.
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