Each year, the Academy hosts a variety of events and programs to educate, inform and encourage members to strengthen connections within the Nashville medical community. Use the scrolling arrows below to view previous events or upcoming events with the Nashville Academy of Medicine.
You and a guest are invited to attend the
Nashville Academy of Medicine’s 2018 President’s Reception.
Thank you for your membership and for a wonderful 2017!
Join us as we celebrate 2017, a year full of several milestones including maintaining our largest membership in 15 years! Join us as we recognize our 2017 board members, install our 2018 officers, and recognize those physicians who have been practicing for 50 years.
Are you interested in politics, but don’t know where to start? Do you want to learn more about health-related bills currently working through the state legislator?
The Vanderbilt Chapter of the American Medical Association / Tennessee Medical Association, in partnership with the Nashville Academy of Medicine, present a health policy lunch on Monday, February 5 from 12:00-12:50pm in preparation for Doctor’s Day on the Hill (Tuesday, March 6). Pizza and Politics includes a presentation by TMA Grassroots Manager Rebecca Lofty Woods, highlighting how TMA’s legislative priorities are set, followed by a panel Q&A with Representatives John Ray Clemmons, Harold Love, and Jason Powell.
Vanderbilt University medical students are encouraged to RSVP via AnchorLink. All others may RSVP to Nikki Ringenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your RSVP will help ensure plenty of pizza for all attendees.
TMA’s annual policy briefing and lobby day in Nashville connects physicians directly with lawmakers so they can advocate for their patients and discuss major issues affecting the medical profession in Tennessee.
Learn more and register here – http://www.tnmed.org/TMA/Government_Affairs/Day_on_the_Hill.aspx
Join NAM and member Bob Neaderthal, MD for an educational session on getting effective prior authorization and avoiding peer to peer calls.
During this session, Dr. Neaderthal will teach attendees how to avoid prior authorization calls for advanced imaging studies such as CT, MRI, PET scans and nuclear cardiac tests. Prior authorization and peer-to-peer calls have become two of the most cumbersome and time-consuming administrative burdens that providers face in their practices every day and most peer-to-peer calls are avoidable.
Dr. Neaderthal combines 30 years of solo internal medicine practice in Nashville with 8-years as a medical director for the largest prior authorization company in the US to offer a unique perspective in helping physicians avoid administrative hassles. He provides personal lectures and webinars to physician groups and local and national medical associations on “How to Avoid Peer-to-Peer Calls.”
Legislative Update: Advocacy, Policy, and Medicine
Tuesday, September 25
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Nashville Academy of Medicine
3301 West End Ave, Suite 100
Nashville TN 37203
RSVP will be available in August 2018.
*Due to limited space, the event is only open to physicians and practice managers and no other allied healthcare professionals. AAPC CEU is not available for this workshop. Physicians can earn 1 hour of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME.
TMA’s legal and advocacy experts are bringing their annual legislative report to Nashville. This 1-hour CME session features a summary of their work on Capitol Hill during the most recent sessions of the Tennessee General Assembly, including a detailed analysis of new healthcare laws.
- Relevant laws affecting medical practices in Tennessee
- New compliance and other legal requirements
- Recent legislative highlights
- 2019 legislative priorities and how they may impact you
Tell us your pain points. TMA’s government affairs team will gather and use attendees’ feedback for 2019-2020 legislative advocacy planning.
1AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ :This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the Tennessee Medical Association. Tennessee Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Tennessee Medical Association designates this live program for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.