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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
  • World
    Confirmed 366,914,671
    Active 71,095,857
    Recovered 290,161,862
    Death 5,656,952
  • USA
    Confirmed 74,695,333
    Active 28,178,981
    Recovered 45,614,212
    Death 902,140

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NEWS to KNOW

Legislative issues impacting physicians carry into 2022

The 2022 Kansas Legislature convened on Jan. 10 for its annual session as physician advocates gear up to continue their vigilance on hot-button issues that impact doctors around the state.

Staff shortages and capacity crises challenge hospitals

Recently, hospital Chief Medical Of­ficer Lowell Ebersole, DO, grabbed some trash bags, PPE and other supplies and began emptying trash cans and restocking shelves in patient rooms in the medical

MSSC meeting reflects on extraordinary year

At MSSC’s first large in-person membership meeting of 2021 on Dec. 7, outgoing President Stephen Grindel, DO, praised the medical community’s response to the pandemic. “The past two years were

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

MSSC Tweets

Kansas has the second-worst COVID case rate in the U.S., CDC data shows https://www.kansas.com/news/coronavirus/article257774483.html

KDHE reports second child COVID death in a week https://www.ksn.com/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-in-kansas/kdhe-reports-second-child-covid-death-in-a-week/

As Omicron Crests, Booster Shots Are Keeping Americans Out of Hospitals https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/21/health/covid-boosters-cdc-omicron.html?smid=tw-share

It's not only COVID patients who are at risk. Patients experiencing heart attacks and strokes also may not be get the care they need because large hospitals are at capacity. Nearly 80 Kansans died waiting on a hospital bed since Dec. 1. https://www.kwch.com/2022/01/24/hospitals-staffing-shortages-lead-rural-patients-dying-record-rates/

January 2022 MSSC News; how Ascension & Wesley are coping with staff shortages. 2022 legislative proposals of medical marijuana, Medicaid expansion & allowing non-physicians to practice medicine. https://www.mssconline.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/newsjan22.pdf

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