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Guide for Completing the Newest HHS CARES Provider Relief Fund Application

The following is information you will need to complete the HHS CARES Provider Relief Fund application. In the process, you cannot save your work and go back to complete at a later time. Each time you enter, you must start over, so this guide is designed to make this process easier to complete. First, you…

Get to Know CPMA President James DeJesus

Get to Know CPMA President James DeJesus The Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association has been pushing forward podiatry in our state since 1910, and we have the strong leadership of the CPMA Board to thank. We’re proud to introduce the newest President of CPMA, Dr. James DeJesus. He was kind enough to take time out of…

40 Years a Podiatrist: Celebrating Dr. Richard Ehle

40 years a podiatrist: celebrating dr. richard ehle CPMA has served the podiatrists of Connecticut since 1910. That’s 110 years! And for more than 40 of those years, we’ve enjoyed the active participation of Dr. Richard Ehle.   Dr. Ehle recently became a Life Member of CPMA/APMA. It’s not an easy feat. The requirements include…

Top 5 Takeaways From CPMA’s State Meeting

top 5 takeaways from cpma’s state meeting Surfing the State Financial Tsunami CPMA Lobbyist Linda Kowalski is actively working with the legislative leadership to progress our two bills during the likely Summer Special Session: Senate Bill 319, Fee Parity for Podiatry in Health Insurance Plans and House Bill 5442, Fee Parity for Podiatry in the…

New Podiatrist Leads the Way: Meet Dr. Rachel Albright

New Podiatrist Leads the Way: Meet Dr. Rachel Albright It’s true: CPMA and our shared profession of podiatry in Connecticut will not have a future unless we engage the next generation. Dr. Rachel Albright, currently practicing in Darien, is a shining example of a new podiatrist stepping up to plate and getting involved. Not only…

Hypothermically Stored Amniotic Membrane Successful for Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Published last fall, “A randomized controlled clinical trial of a hypothermically stored amniotic membrane for use in diabetic foot ulcers”…

Diabetes & Foot Health: What Every Patient Needs to Know

If you’re diabetic, you know you have to pay attention to diet and exercise. But there’s another important health factor you might be overlooking: your feet…

4 Reasons to Join

I’m Dr. Marc Lederman, executive director of CPMA—the Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association. Whether you’re in postgraduate training, have an active practice, teach full-time, or are retired—there is a place for you in the CPMA…

5 Reasons to See a Podiatrist Today

Podiatrists are experts in treating problems in the feet, ankles, and lower legs. Their work can encompass a range of disciplines, from biomechanics and sports medicine to surgery and diabetic care…

How to Enhance Care and Customer Service with Your Patient Portal

By Marc Lederman, DPM, CPMA Executive Director | Podiatrists in Connecticut are required to maintain patient portals. While these online tools might come with a learning curve, patient portals can offer your practice great value…

UPCOMING EVENTS

  1. 2021 AAPSM Stand Alone Meeting

    October 14, 2021 - October 17, 2021

CPMA SPOTLIGHT

New Podiatrist Leads the Way: Meet Dr. Rachel Albright

March 13, 2020

New Podiatrist Leads the Way: Meet Dr. Rachel Albright It’s true: CPMA and our shared profession of podiatry in Connecticut will not have a future unless we engage the next…

Hypothermically Stored Amniotic Membrane Successful for Diabetic Foot Ulcers

February 6, 2020

Published last fall, “A randomized controlled clinical trial of a hypothermically stored amniotic membrane for use in diabetic foot ulcers”…

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