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GLMS Update
GLMS Update
September 30, 2022
High School Football Team Physicians
Thank you to all of the physicians in our community that have volunteered to serve as high school football team physicians! We are happy to say that all high schools are covered for this upcoming football season!
Louisville Medicine
Who influenced/continues to influence your career in medicine? What does it mean and why is it important to be a leader in medicine? Are you married to another physician or medical provider? Or do you sometimes feel like you’re actually married to medicine? Tell us about your stories!
Please reach out to Kathryn Vance at to shar your thoughts in an upcoming Louisville Medicine.
Upcoming themes:
DecemberInfluencers in Medicine (due 11/1) 
January Leaders in Medicine (due 12/1)
February – Married to Medicine (due 1/1)
Last week during the Physicians Technical Advisory Committee meeting, the Kentucky Department for Medicaid Services announced that limitations on the number of complex E/M services that can be reimbursed to physicians has been removed from the Kentucky Administrative Regulations. This removes the previous regulation that limited the number of level 4 and level 5 E/M services that a physician would be paid for to 2 per patient/per provider/per year. We are being told that the MCOs have already removed these limitations from their reimbursement policies.
GLMS and the KMA have been working diligently over the last few years to address this problematic limitation and GLMS will continue to voice concerns on behalf of our physician members. If you have any questions about this change, please contact our Practice Support department at
Cato Senior Physicians Group - back in November!
Save the date – Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 12 p.m. via Zoom.
In the meantime, catch up on past programs here:
Last Documents - Elder Care Attorney, Larisa Gilbert 
Alzheimer’s Discussion - Dr. David Casey
The Evolution of Dog Training - Who teaches whom? - John Imler
The #1 Killer of Women, Heart Disease - Regan Judd
This month’s issue features our colleagues who are practicing medicine outside of the box, or what we once considered a traditional clinical practice. From concierge medicine to practicing field-side, our members do it all! Read more about their stories in this month’s Louisville Medicine here.
Dr. Who
Dr. Kris Barnsfather took an untraditional route to becoming a physician, first teaching high school. After several miscarriages and seeing things play out from the patient side, she decided to go back to school to pursue a career as an OB-GYN. She cherishes being the calm presence in the delivery room and being able to still use her teaching skills in the clinic and OR. Read more about her story in this month’s Dr. Who in Louisville Medicine here.
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