Parking For Steeler And Pitt Football

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Pre/post-season and individual game parking is available on a ‘first come’ basis. Simply pay the “Gate Rate” on game day at the ACMS lot and submit your parking voucher to the ACMS to receive a $5 rebate. Rebates are limited to 1 per member for each game.


 

Or Purchase a “Season Pass” for a guaranteed spot for all regular season games.

Steelers – Regular season games. $ 250  Price does not include pre and post season.
Pitt Panthers $100
  • Parking permits are presold on a ‘first come’ basis.
  • Parking availability for games is guaranteed for permit holders.
  • Payment in full must be received by noon, Friday, August 14, 2015.
  • Parking will be supervised by a commercial operator and passes will be collected at each game.
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Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting for Mandated Reporters

Recent legislation has changed how Pennsylvania responds to child abuse. These changes significantly impact the reporting, investigation, assessment, prosecution and judicial handling of child abuse and neglect cases.

 

Resources:

Keep Kids Safe http://keepkidssafe.pa.gov/ KeepKidsSafe.pa.gov,
is designed to serve as the hub for information related to critical
components impacting child protection including a link for mandated
reporters to make reports of suspected child abuse electronically,
training on child abuse recognition and reporting, information related
to clearances and general information related to child protection.
Overview of Criminal and Child
Abuse History Clearance Requirements
www.pamedsoc.org A series of new and revised
Child Protective Services Law (CPSL) requirements went into effect on
Dec. 31, 2014 — among them, changes to the requirement for certain
employees, including physicians, to be screened through criminal and
child abuse history clearances.
Training programs
Pennsylvania Child Welfare
Resource Center
www.reportabusepa.pitt.edu Online

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse: Mandated and Permissive
Reporting in Pennsylvania Online Training

Cost: Free

Added bonus, reports completed status directly to PA Board of Licensure

Start the Heart Training Center,
LLC
www.starttheheart.com In-person training

Call 724-622-7229 for on-site pricing

Current listing of Approved Courses for Child Abuse
Recognition and Reporting Training for Mandated Reporters

 

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July 2015 Bulletin

July 2015 Bulletin

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Articles

Materia Medica ……………….. 298
Role of combination oxycodone and naloxone in abuse and opioid-induced constipation
Ashley M. Higbea, PharmD, BCPS
Nicole J. Payette, PharmD

Legal Report ………………….. 302
National Practitioner Data Bank changes that may affect you
William H. Maruca, Esq.

Practice Management …….. 306
Feedback v. coaching v. mentoring: What’s the difference?
Joe Mull, Med

Special Report ……………….. 308
Advocate, communicate, collaborate: Get the skills you need at PAMED’s Annual Education Conference
Susan Wigger, Pennsylvania Medical Society

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Is Retirement Calling You? A Few Things to Consider….

Pennsylvania Medical SocietyBY: Angela Boateng, Regulatory Counsel and Mary Ellen Corum, Director of Practice Support, Pennsylvania Medical Society (PAMED)  

Many of our physician members can see retirement on the horizon and for some others, retirement has finally arrived.

Physicians contemplating this particular capstone in their careers have a number of things to consider. In addition to how you will spend your well-earned free time, you may also be thinking about what to do about notification to patients, employees, insurance companies, and your medical license, medical malpractice insurance, and medical records, And, even though these issues may be the tip of the iceberg (and maybe not even high on your list of priorities) when it comes to the many retirement issues you will need to think about, they are definitely worth your time and attention.

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