Education

2019 NYPS Annual Meeting May 16th – 19th, 2019

The Renaissance Westchester Hotel 80 West Red Oak Lane West Harrison, NY 10604

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Networking

Stay up to date with The New York State Pain Society’s networking events and opportunities throughout the entire year. Enroll now!

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Leadership

Are you having Issues with Workers Compensation Carriers and Access to Patient Care?  Please email Robin Hoyle so that she may include this information on a report to the WCB.

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New York Pain

Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions

May 16th – 19th, 2019

Renaissance Westchester Hotel
80 W Red Oak Ln, West Harrison, NY 10604

New York Pain

In Recent News, DEA Says “No” To Reclassification Of Marijuana.

“As a medical physician, to say that there’s absolutely no medical benefit is unfounded,” Dr. Stephen Dahmer, Chief Medical Officer for Vireo Health of New York, <read more…>

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New York – MANDATORY Prescriber CME Education for all providers with a DEA License.

Prescribers licensed under Title Eight of the Education Law in New York to treat humans and who have a DEA registration number to prescribe controlled substances, as well as medical residents who prescribe controlled substances under a facility DEA registration number, must complete at least three (3) hours of course work or training in pain management, palliative care, and addiction. The course work or training must be completed by July 1st, 2017, and once every three years thereafter, pursuant to Public Health Law (PHL) §3309-a(3). <read more…>

New York Pain

New York Medical Treatment Guidelines | Effective December 15, 2014

Below are the latest editions of the New York Medical Treatment Guidelines, which are effective for dates of treatment on or after December 15, 2014. Each of the guidelines is available FREE in PDF format for download and printing <read more…>

GENERAL COUNSEL

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MISSION STATEMENT

To advance the art and science of pain medicine by promoting and maintaining the highest standards of professional practice through education and research; by aiding and encouraging the education of medical students, residents, fellows, practicing physicians, and other health care providers in pain management and by obtaining and publishing scientific information in pain medicine and management.