Help Create New MOUD Curriculum

Comagine Health and the Utah Department of Health and Human Services (UDHHS) have partnered to engage physicians/providers in creating new and relevant curriculum to satisfy the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) eight-hour training requirement.   The first step in this project is to conduct focus groups to assess training needs of physicians/providers in Utah. We are eager to…

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Utah Med Students – Want to attend CME & Ski?

UAFP has up to 10 scholarships for students attending any of the three medical schools in Utah; Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine, Rocky Vista University – Southern Utah Campus, or University of Utah School of Medicine AND who are current members of AAFP to attend CME & Ski free. The Details: We do ask that…

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Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Screening and Management Learning Collaborative

Comagine Health is currently recruiting clinics/providers for a chronic kidney disease learning collaborative. Comagine Health is a portfolio program sponsor through ABMS and they are offering MOC Part 4 certification for providers who participate in this QI project. This intervention will also help clinics meet the 2023 performance period CMS measure 951v1 Kidney Health Evaluation…

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CME & Ski Update: Last Chance for Best Prices on Park City Ski Passes

Epic Day Pass prices go up September 4th- buy now and save big! Planning on skiing at Park city Mountain Resort? Right now you can purchase Epic Day Passes for as little as $88 per day for an adult.* The prices will start to go up on September 4th and could be double that by February 2024.…

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Why does it take so long to see a doctor in Utah?

4 months for an OB-GYN appointment. 6 months for a sleep study. Why does it take so long to see a doctor in Utah? The state’s major health care systems cite staffing shortages and COVID-19 (still) as reasons for the delays. This article was originally published in the Salt Lake Tribune on August 25, 2023.…

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St. Mark’s Family Medicine Residency Representative – Dr. Elise Blaseg

Hometown: Kalispell, MT Medical School: University of South Dakota School of Medicine Best thing about Utah? I love the easy access to outdoors. Utah has so many amazing ski areas, state and national parks, hiking trails, and lakes that I love exploring with my husband and our dogs. Favorite way to de-stress: Reading a book on the couch…

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Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency Representative – Dr. Spencer Lindsay

Dr. Lindsay grew up in Cedar City, Utah and did his undergraduate at Southern Utah University. Dr. Lindsay is interested in full spectrum family medicine, but particularly interested in mental health, addiction medicine, and sports medicine. Outside of medicine, he enjoys reading, traveling, fishing, and epic game nights.

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