For information about 2019 MICIS presentations, go to www.micismaine.org.
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. Call the MMA at 207-622-3374 for more information.
In 2017 and 2018 MICIS focused exclusively on opioid education required by Maine Law, Chapter 488.
Opioid Use Disorder and Medication Assisted Recovery: Caring for Our Communities
Alternative Treatments for Chronic Pain
Recent Legal Changes Affecting Opioid Prescribing in Maine
The genesis of the opioid crisis: “How We Got Here”
Opioid Basics: MMEs & Tapering
Practice Transformation & QI for Opioids/Chronic Pain
Harm reduction: Naloxone & MAT
Communication skills & difficult conversations/Behavioral Health Integration
Non-opioid/Non-pharm treatments for acute & chronic pain
Legal and regulatory requirements for opioid prescribers, presented by MMA attorneys
2017 Learning Objectives
These modules are no longer being offered and are provided here for archival purposes only. Referenced and linked materials maybe out-of-date and may not contain the most current information or recommendations.
Atrial Fibrillation (Supplemental Material: Anticoagulant Dosing Management)
Adult Type II Diabetes
Education Links to Additional Resources
Meet our Academic Detailing Team:
(left to right:) Erika Pierce, PA-C and
Elisabeth Fowlie Mock, MD, MPH, FAAFP
Members of the Academic Detailing Advisory Committee discussing the details of the program prior to the detailer’s visits
Request a Visit
Email Susan Kring at email@example.com