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Young Physicians Making a Difference

PHYSICIANS WHO CARE …

for their patients, their profession and their community

What MSSC can do for physicians.

Connect

Relationships are vital to the practice of medicine and the well-being of physicians. MSSC helps physicians make professional connections and form peer friendships.

Advocate

State and federal rules and regulations can have a profound impact on medicine. MSSC monitors legislative activity and advocate on behalf of physicians and patients.

Support

The business of medicine is complex and ever changing. MSSC provides professional support services, patient referrals, continuing education and member discounts.

Serve

MSSC provides opportunities for community service through Project Access, public health initiatives and other community care programs.

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Live Updates COVID-19 CASES
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Reports show public health departments face crisis

State and local public health departments across the country are facing an uncertain future. A New York Times report found that many health departments have endured not only resistance and

Film builds bridges to support more Black physicians

The 2021 documentary “Black Men in White Coats” pulls no punches: Black men are dying from prevent­able medical conditions, in large part because there are not enough Black male physicians.

Fewer Kansas child deaths, but room for improvement

Fewer children died in 2019 than during any other year since the state of Kansas began reviewing childhood deaths in 1994. The State Child Death Review Board this month released

Minns receives lifetime award; other physicians recognized

Dr. Garold Minns received a lifetime achievement award from the Wichita Business Journal as part of the newspaper’s annual Health Care Heroes recognitions. Minns, who is dean of the KU

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November 2021 MSSC News:
December 7 MSSC annual meeting; raise awareness about the lack of Black male physicians & to increase physician diversity; staff burnout, tight funding & restrictive legislation stressed public health departments.

https://www.mssconline.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/newsnov21.pdf

Black Tech Founders Want to Change the Culture of Health Care, One Click at a Time, by @CaraRAnthony https://khn.org/MTQwNDk4Nw via @khnews

Wichita area acute-care hospitals hold numbers steady in pandemic https://www.bizjournals.com/wichita/news/2021/11/26/acute-care-hospitals-numbers.html?utm_source=st via @ICTBizJournal

U.S. pediatricians say Covid cases in children are on the rise. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/23/us/covid-cases-children.html?smid=tw-share

Saturdays are for giving back to the community! We partnered with JayDoc to provide pre-participation physicals to Special Olympics athletes today ❤️ @AAFP_FMIG @KansasAFP @aafp @KUMC_GME

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