Total Credits: 7.25 including 7.25 AOA Category 1-A Credit
One-Stop LARA: Your Michigan Requirements in One Day
The Oakland and Macomb County Osteopathic Medical Associations invite you to particpate in the CME program: One-Stop LARA: Michigan Requirements in One Day (Exception: Implicit Bias Training not included on demand)
Courses will include:
· One and a half (1.5) hours of Human Trafficking
· Three (3) hours of Pain and Symptom Management, including one time *Training in Opioids and Controlled Substances Awareness that meets Training Standards for Prescribers and Dispensers of Controlled Substances
· One (1) hour of Medical Ethics
· One (1) hour Hormone Replacement Therapy
- One (1) hour Employment Contracting
Visit www.domoa.org/cmeinfo for more information
This amounts to a total of 7.25 AOA approved Category 1-A CME Credits along with meeting the LARA requirements.
*Please note this program was created prior to the Michigan Implicit Bias requirement and does not include that new requirement.
The Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. The MOA designates this program for a maximum of 7.25 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.
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MDHHS Opioid Start Talking form_Dr. Achtman lecture
The MDHHS Opioid Start Talking form from the Dr. Achtman lecture.
Also available at: https://www.michigan.gov/documents/mdhhs/MDHHS-5730_621248_7.dot
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|Hanks_Human Trafficking Slides (6.01 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Bryce_Dehumanization in Medicine Slides (1.61 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Best_Pain and Symptom Management Slides (1.77 MB)||Available after Purchase|
CDC’s Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain
CDC’s Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain, mentioned in Dr. Achtman's presentation.
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David Leszkowitz, DO, is board certified in addiction medicine and family medicine and is one of just a handful of physicians with these credentials in the state of Michigan. As the founder of White Lake Family Medicine, Dr. Leszkowitz has served the community of White Lake, Michigan, for over 30 years. He has advised many over the years and helped all those who came before him. He effortlessly fights for his patients’ well-being on many fronts. He is held in high esteem by his colleagues, medical educators, insurance companies, and the hospitals for which he advises, and advocates tirelessly on behalf of his patients.
His past and present positions as chief of hospital medical departments, director of in- and outpatient substance use disorder clinics, medical educator and clinical faculty at major medical schools, and as a lecturer training other physicians in the field of addiction have proven to be extremely important in helping those patients most in need. Dr. Leszkowitz is one of just four mentors of addiction medicine to other physicians in the state of Michigan. This is through PCSS (Provider Clinical Support Services) with the American College Of Addiction Psychiatry.
Dr. Leszkowitz is just one of seven physicians in the state of Michigan credentialed through the American Society Of Addiction Medicine to teach other physicians to be certified in practicing addiction medicine. Dr. Leszkowitz practices the teachings from his medical education, and he holds dear the oath he took upon graduating from medical school: “Do no harm. Do not judge. Accept all that comes.” He teaches other young students and resident physicians the very same principles.
I have been practicing Internal Medicine and OMT since graduating from my residency program at Henry Ford / Bi-county in 2002. I also worked in urgent care and at Martha T. Berry Nursing home (long-term care facility) for 2 years as well as at St. Joseph, St John, and Henry Ford hospitals for 4 years while establishing my outpatient practice. I have been in practice for a total of 13 years. I have specialized in Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) and do mostly musculoskeletal pain management thru OMT to reduce and permanently eliminate acute and chronic pain due to multiple different forms of injuries and disabilities. I provide thorough and complete medical care and education for all forms of ailments, not solely pain complaints. As a Board Certified Internist and an adherent to the Osteopathic Philosophy, I treat the whole patient, mentally, spiritually and physically. I am here to educate the person, identify the cause of their symptoms and treat them using individualized approaches that suit the person and not just statistics to help improve your life and prevent future problems. I believe in integrating proven medicinal treatments with hands-on manipulation and nutritional therapies to improve a person’s overall health and long-term well being.
Daniel J. Schulte has more than 25 years of experience helpng clients solve tough problems and capitalize on opportunities that require a blend of business and legal expertise.
Dan's practice includes a focus on addressing the legal, business, licensing, and regulatory challenges of health care professinals, organizatins, and facilities.
Through his experience as a Certified Public Accountant, his role as a former managing partner and current executive committee member of the firm, and as co-chair of the firm's Health Care Practice Group, Dan understands how legal issues impact business objectives and, as a result, offers his clients practical, results-oriented advice.
Dan's practice involves representing health care clients in state regulatory matters, including disciplinary and other llicensing disputes wiht the State of Michigan, and federal regulatory matters including fraud and abuse issues. He also counsels on the anti-kickback and Stark laws, preparation of compliance programs, and responding to and negotiating settlements in connecton with government enforcement actions. In addition, Dan assists health care clients with a number of corporate, transactional, and contractual issues.
Shawn Achtman, D.O. is a board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Michigan State University. His residency training was completed at William Beaumont Hospital in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. To further specialize, he completed a fellowship in Interventional Spine and Pain Management through Michigan State University.
He was born and raised in Southeast Michigan. He is looking forward to treating patients in the area he grew up in. As an active individual he understands pain can be a barrier to many aspects of life and he hopes to improve this for all of his patients.
Dr. Achtman is currently associate Medical Director of inpatient rehab at McLaren Oakland
Karen is a licensed social worker who has worked in the areas of domestic violence, child welfare, and hospital social work. In recent years, Karen has volunteered in Nepal and in her local community working with anti-trafficking organizations and participating in various anti-trafficking activities. Currently, Karen serves as the chair of the Macomb County Anti-Trafficking Task Force, and she is the coordinator for the Trafficking Victims Assistance Program at Bethany Christian Services of SE Michigan where she works with foreign nationals who have been trafficked in the US. Karen also offers educational presentations to medical professionals, law enforcement trainees, and various community groups to raise awareness of human trafficking in Michigan and the United States.
Dr. Bryce graduated from the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2008. He specializes in Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine.
Dr. Bryce serves as Chief Medical Officer of the Community Health and Services Center, otherwise known as the CHASS Center which is located in Detroit.
His passion is to promote and motivate his patients to pursue a healthy lifestyle. To that end, he has started a number of initiatives through CHASS, including the CHASS Mexicantown 5K Run/Walk and Children's Race, both of which improve exposure to exercise within the Detroit community. He has also been instrumental in facilitating the Fresh Prescription program at the CHASS Center, where he and other providers prescribe fresh fruits and vegetables to their patients from the clinic-based Farmer’s Market with the goal of increasing consumption of these foods. Richard also initiated CHASS's Reach Out and Read partnership, which provides pediatric patients with a free book at each well child visit.
Outside of CHASS, Dr. Bryce is a Faculty Advisor for Street Medicine Detroit and Detroit Street Care, student organizations affiliated with Wayne State University School of Medicine and Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. These programs provide medical care to Detroit’s homeless population. Dr. Bryce is clinical faculty at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine and the Henry Ford Health System Dr. Bryce also serves as program director for the Henry Ford Hospital family medicine residency program.
Dr. Best graduated from the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2002. He completed Family Medicine Residency in 2005 at Garden City Hospital. In his final year of residency, he completed a course in office based opioid treatment and this began his work with treating patients with substance use disorder. He has been providing this standard of care treatment for opioid use disorder patients in Northern Michigan since 2005.
Dr. Best started his post-graduate career at the Bellaire Family Health Center in Bellaire, MI where he worked from 2005-2012. He has been in private practice since November 2012 and his office is in Traverse City. He and his wife, Lindsay Best, DO, own Best Medical Services, which was certified as an Opioid Health Home in 2021. Best Medical Services specializes in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine. Dr. Best is board certified in both Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine and has spoken on the topic of opioid use disorder on a local, state-wide and national level.
Dr. Best was on the Michigan Association of Osteopathic Family Physicians (MAOFP) board from 2007-2015. He served as President of the MAOFP from 2013-2014. He has been on the Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) board since 2014 and was MOA President from May 2021-2022. He also served as President of the Northern Michigan Osteopathic Association from June 2015-June 2017. He has been a trustee for the Des Moines University Alumni board since June 2022 and has been a trustee with the Novello Health Provider Organization since December 2022.