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Ann Breitinger to Present at Manatee County Medical Society Continuing Medical Education Seminar

Ann Breitinger

Ann Breitinger, Esq.
Health Care Law

Health Care attorney Ann Breitinger will present “Florida Laws & Rules” and “Professional & Medical Ethics” at the January 12, 2019 Continuing Medical Education seminar at Countyard by Marriott in Bradenton, Florida. The seminar is presented by Manatee County Medical Society and jointly sponsored by Florida Medical Association.

For more information, please contact Ann at 941.748.0100 or abreitinger@blalockwalters.com.

1. Prevention of Medical Errors (2 Credits) Time: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Speaker: — Ginger Kelley, MHA, ARM, CMPE, CPHRM, FASHRM-NORCAL Group
Todd Miller, Esq., Goodis, Thomas & Miller
This activity will fulfill the two (2.0) credit Prevention of Medical Errors CME requirement for initial licensure and license renewal for MDs and DOs.

2. Domestic Violence (2 Credits) Time: 10:00 AM -12:00 PM
Speaker: Laurel Lynch, Hope Family Services
This activity will fulfill the two (2.0) credit Domestic Violence CME required every third license renewal term for MDs and DOs.

3. Florida Laws & Rules (1 Credit) Time: 12:45 PM -1:45 PM
Speaker: Ann K. Breitinger, JD, Blalock Walters
This activity will fulfill the one (1.0) credit Florida Laws and Rules CME requirement for license renewal for DOs and counts toward the general credits required for MDs.

4. Professional & Medical Ethics (1 Credit) Time: 1:45 PM -2:45 PM
Speaker: Ann K. Breitinger, JD, Blalock Walters
This activity will fulfill the one (1.0) credit Professional and Medical Ethics CME requirement for license renewal for DOs and counts toward the general credits required for MDs

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