Education

Practice Roundtable

The OMA hosts a quarterly Practice Roundtable group comprised of OMA member practice managers who wish to talk about challenging legal and regulatory issues facing managers, physicians and PAs. Join us in person at the OMA campus in Portland or via conference phone line.

Recent roundtable topics include overtime rules and other employment issues; updates from the OMA government relations team; risk management updates and more. And there's always time for whatever else is on your mind. 

Advanced Training in Risk Management

The Advanced Training workshop is only for those who have already attended the Basic Training in Risk Management workshop. Health law issues, communication strategies and risk management are covered in more depth.

Oregon Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Basic Training in Risk Management

The Basic Training workshop is an introductory course for those who have never attended an OMA Loss Prevention course or have not attended within the last 6 years. Participants will review current health law issues, develop strategies for effective communication with patients and their families, and learn effective risk management skills.

Oregon Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Miss an OMA Webinar? Watch it On-Demand

All of the OMA’s latest webinars are available on-demand through our online learning platform at https://theOMA.inreachce.com. With our comprehensive catalog of on-demand webinars and podcasts covering topics from coding and billing to regulatory matters, fine-tuning practice management skills and more, busy physicians, PAs and their staff can receive quality continuing education whenever and wherever it’s most convenient.

Risk Management Workshops

The OMA's Risk Management programs are open to all physicians and allied health care professionals. The programs provide training and resources to help avoid malpractice claims as well as helpful resources in case such a claim should occur.

OMA’s malpractice risk management education includes:

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