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Physician Wellness

 

 During this challenging time in the profession, MAOPS has invested its resources to directly support individual members’ needs. MAOPS is proud to take this opportunity to support physicians with group and personalized resources!

 

Wellness Retreat  

 

Wellness Resources


 

A Personalized Approach to Physician Wellness

 

MAP • Member Assistance Program

 

PHP • Physician Health Program

 

 What is the difference between MAOPS MAP and MAOPS PHP?

The MAP is a FREE benefit to all members and offers confidential counseling services it can be used for a variety of physician wellness concerns, from the simple (I’ve got this patient with whom I can’t communicate with…”) to the complex (I think I may have a drinking problem...”) Employers and licensing boards have no knowledge of physician participation. It can be accessed either virtually or in-person. If needed, counselors may advise a referral to a higher level of care like a treatment facility or physician specialist, but the patient voluntarily chooses to use the MAP. Additionally, the MAP is open to not only MAOPS physician members, but their immediate family members as well!

 

The PHP is generally for more serious physician issues that have been identified by employers or the Board of Healing Arts as negatively impacting the physician’s ability to practice quality medicine. Its use is often mandated by the Board of Healing Arts as a condition of discipline and/or licensure. For many issues the PHP monitors and reports progress to the Board of Healing Arts. Physicians in the PHP must meet contracted requirements or risk further discipline by the Board of Healing Arts, or in some cases their employer. Unlike the MAP, the PHP is not a MAOPS member benefit, but is sponsored by the organization. It is available to all physicians, students and allied healthcare providers, but there is a cost involved.  Use of the PHP is generally mandated by the Board of Healing Arts as a condition of licensure or re-licensure for physicians who have been disciplined for serious breaches in professional conduct.

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