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John Daken MD
Are you retired?: 
No

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Silver Spring Office
8811 Colesville Rd Suite 104
  
Silver Spring, Maryland, 20910
240-338-2349
United States
Are you accepting new patients?: 
Yes
Professional Information
Board Certifications: 
Psychiatry: ABPN
NPI Number: 
1730159252

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) have announced a joint Workshop on Legal Issues Related to Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) on October 5 at CMS Headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland.  Details about the Workshop can be found here http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2010/09/hea

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Author: Ghislaine D. Godenne, MD
Publication Year: 2010
Edition Summer 2010
Type of resource: Newsletter

Dr. Pearl Scholz, known as Suzie by friends and colleagues, had the most delightful southern accent which made it easy to locate her in a crowd. I met her shortly after my arrival as a psychiatric resident at Johns Hopkins, where she was one of the few female psychiatrists. She was most welcoming, hospitable, interested and generous of her time.

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Author: John Buckley, MD
Publication Year: 2010
Edition Summer 2010
Type of resource: Newsletter

The Society held its 60th birthday party at Valley Country Club 4/30 at 6 p.m. On a cloudless, warm, spring evening, members gathered to hobnob at an old mansion set amid manicured lawns overlooking a swimming pool complex. Inside were tall-ceilinged anterooms and a ballroom with places set for the 105 attendees.

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Author: Brian Grady, MD
Publication Year: 2010
Edition Summer 2010
Type of resource: Newsletter

 TeleMental Health (TMH) is an inclusive term, covering mental health practices via video, audio, the web, computers, cell phones, etc. It also includes mental health clinical care, psychoeducation and administration. Aside from telephone use which was first utilized by physicians in the late 1870’s the most recent advances have been in videoconferencing, web based treatments and home telehealth. In this article we will look at some of the videoconferencing applications in Maryland.

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Author: Theresa Sappenfield, M.A
Publication Year: 2010
Edition Summer 2010
Type of resource: Newsletter

 Let me tell you about Dr. X. Dr. X graduated with honors from medical school. But on the way to his anticipated success, something very different happened - something that could happen to any of us. Dr. X fell skiing one February afternoon. He eventually underwent three surgeries and was on opioid pain medication for months. When it was time to stop the medications, he tried but found that his pain was unmanageable. He was prescribed increasingly stronger drugs with less and less relief. Eventually Dr.

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Author: Devang Gandhi, MD
Publication Year: 2010
Edition Summer 2010
Type of resource: Newsletter

 The Drug Addiction Treatment Act (DATA) of 2000 dramatically changed the landscape for the treatment of opioid addiction. For the first time since the Harrison Act of 1914, it created a legal framework allowing physicians to prescribe, from their offices, a Schedule III, IV or V opioid specifically approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for detoxification or maintenance.

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Author: Harris Jones & Malone
Publication Year: 2010
Edition Summer 2010
Type of resource: Newsletter

The 2010 legislative session was both exciting and very productive for the MPS. Together with Franklin Goldstein and its government relations team, Harris Jones & Malone, the MPS undertook the daunting task of tracking over 330 bills. The MPS testified on several of these bills, helping to shape key pieces of legislation. Additionally, we submitted written testimony and recommendations on a plethora of other bills. We fared very well overall.

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Author: Paul McClelland, M.D.
Publication Year: 2010
Edition Summer 2010
Type of resource: Newsletter

This is my last issue as editor, but I am looking forward to remaining on the Editorial Advisory Board and working with our new editor, Devang H.Gandhi. I will also continue to enjoy working with the members of the Board -- all much better editors than I - - who comprise a delightful mix of younger and older psychiatrists. Bruce Hershfield, John Buckley and Gerry Klee have been wonderful mentors.

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