MICIS, the Maine Independent Clinical Information Service, is an innovative educational outreach program designed to provide independent clinical information to Maine physicians and other prescribers of medications. By aligning prescribing practices with the best scientific evidence on the treatment of common clinical problems, patient outcomes can be improved. While the primary goal of the program is to improve quality, the experience in other states has demonstrated that academic detailing also helps to control costs, which has important implications for improving access to care. MICIS is a program of the Maine Medical Association.
To learn more about MICIS academic detailing sessions and education outreach, visit www.micismaine.org.
Fall 2020-Spring 2021 - Virtual Presentation and Individual 1-on-1 Academic Detailing Sessions
Prescribing to Reduce Opioid Overdose Risk
This 1-hour presentation for opioid prescribers is now available.
Academic Detailing Sessions
MICIS is scheduling individual 1-on-1 Academic Detailing sessions on 3 opioid prescribing topics. Prescribers of opioids (physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants) may request a 1-hour Academic Detailing session on one of these topics, and sessions can be scheduled for any time of day. There is no charge for the session.
- Opioid Prescribing in Maine 2020-2021
- MAT Update for Maine 2020-2021
- Moving Beyond Opioid and Benzodiazepine Combinations in Maine 2020-2021
To request a presentation at your medical practice, hospital or meeting, or to schedule a 1-on-1 academic detailing session, visit www.micismaine.org/contact
Susan Kring, Outreach Director & Grants Manager
Maine Medical Association
Links to National and State Academic Detailing Program Websites
NaRCAD National Resource Center for Academic Detailing
South Carolina https://education.musc.edu/colleges/pharmacy/resources/scorxe