If you are an ophthalmologist who is licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you are eligible to become a member of MSEPS. As the only organization specifically advocating for the practice of ophthalmology in our state, MSEPS needs your participation to strengthen our voice.
The annual MSEPS Dues Letter is mailed to you with your AAO Dues Letter. To join online, please click here. Alternatively, you can request a membership application, by sending an email with your contact information to email@example.com.
A full-time lobbyist is retained to work with state legislators in advancing and protecting the profession, and insuring the availability of the highest quality of medical eye care for the residents of Massachusetts.
Coding and Billing Information:
Answers to members individual coding and billing questions, including proper use of CPT and ICD-10 codes and modifiers, are offered free of charge on an unlimited basis, simply by faxing a request to the MSEPS office.
A bound directory with separate alphabetical, geographical and subspecialty listings is distributed annually to every Council on Aging and Senior Center in Massachusetts as well as to all state legislators, school nurses and family practitioners in the state.
A quarterly newsletter containing up-to-date coding, clinical, regulatory and legislative information is distributed to all MSEPS members in the state.
Member Match Program:
Employment referral service which matches graduating residents and fellows with practicing ophthalmologists who are looking to hire associates.
Seminars to educate ophthalmologist and their staff on various issues confronting them today.
MSEPS offers focused specialty-specific coding courses for the sub-specialist, as well as comprehensive, all-day CPT/ICD-10 coding courses for the general ophthalmologist.
Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance Company
MSEPS members can receive significant discounts to OMIC services. Click here to see OMIC’s webpage for MSEPS members.