About MICIS: the Maine Independent Clinical Information Service
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. MICIS began in 2009 and is a program of the Maine Medical Association (MMA).
MICIS is wholly funded through a contract with the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Office of MaineCare Services. It receives no funding or other support from any other source, including the pharmaceutical industry. Educational outreach and academic detailing are provided to Maine healthcare providers free of charge.
Who is MICIS?
Elisabeth Fowlie Mock, MD, MPH, FAAFP
Elisabeth Fowlie Mock, MD, MPH, FAAFP, was raised in Holden, Maine, and received her doctorate from Vanderbilt Medical School and a Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Administration from UNC-Chapel Hill. She attended Colby College and Emory University. Elisabeth is Board Certified in Family Medicine and works part-time as a Hospitalist at EMMC. She is active in leadership of the Maine Academy of Family Physicians.
Peter Michaud, JD, RN
Tel: (207) 480-4199
Peter Michaud is Associate General Counsel of the Maine Medical Association. A graduate of Harvard College, the University of Maine School of Law, and the Maine College of Health Professions, he has experience in healthcare law, government relations, and clinical nursing. Peter teaches the MICIS modules on laws and regulations.
Where is MICIS?
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