Total Credits: 1 AOA Category 1-A Credit (MOA)
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Dr. Harmon received his osteopathic degree from UNECOM, followed by a family medicine residency and geriatric fellowship at Maine-Dartmouth. He worked as a primary care physician, emergency physician, hospitalist, medical director and then completed a fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine at Maine Medical Center. He now serves as the director of inpatient geriatrics at MaineGeneral medical center in Augusta.
Dr. Harmon reported no actual or apparent conflicts of interest in relation to this session.
Elizabeth Balsam Hart, MD is a family physician with additional board certifications in Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Geriatrics. She is a certified Hospice Medical Director (HMDC.) An honors graduate of Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges and Dartmouth Medical School, she completed her family medicine residency and her geriatric fellowship at Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in Augusta. She is a graduate of the Practice Change Fellowship (PCF) a national program supported by the Hartford Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies to advance excellence in geriatric leadership. She enjoyed her two-year local PCF project ”Cultivating Meaningful Conversations to Guide Care,” which focused on launching the POLST (Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment) program in Maine. She has been a facilitator and project scholar for the Maine Humanities Council's Literature and Medicine program, has taught medical humanities and has a background in medical ethics. She enjoys collaborating with staff across all programs as Director of Medical Services at Androscoggin Home Heathcare + Hospice.
Dr. Hart reported no actual or apparent conflicts of interest in relation to this session.
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