White Plains, NY — DataMatrix Medical, a sponsor of the Society’s annual meeting, congratulates the Westchester Medical Society Post Event.
The Society held its annual meeting at the Westchester Country Club in Rye on June 29. The Society installed the 2022-2023 Society and Academy Officers at the meeting. The officers are Bruce Molinelli, MD, president; Tobi Klar, MD, president-elect; Jeffrey Jacobson, MD, immediate past president; Kham Ali, MD, vice president; Thomas Lee, MD, treasurer; Anaïs Carniciu, MD, secretary; and Daniel Gold, MD, academy president. The Society also installed several committee chairs.
The Society also presented the Friend of the Society Award to John Lombardo, MD, FACS, Chief Medical Officer MLMIC, and the Friend of Medicine Award to Sherlita Amler, MD, Commissioner of Health Westchester County Department of Health.
About DataMatrix Medical
DataMatrix Medical, located in White Plains, has been associated with the Westchester County Medical Society for over 20 years. Datamatrix Medical offers the perfect suite of medical practice solutions, eliminating the hassle of rigorous administrative work. DataMatrix Medical offers solutions from transcription and EHR input to authorizations and beyond, including medical transcription, medical scribes, authorization, insurance eligibility verification, and voicemail transcription. Datamatrix’s employees are trained in medical terminology for various disciplines, including orthopedics, radiology, oncology, cardiology, urology, neurology, general practice, and ENT.
About the Westchester County Medical Society
The Westchester County Medical Society in Valhalla, NY, has provided advocacy and support to doctors in their care of patients since 1797. It provides for the protection and improvement of public health, establishes standards for medical practice, seeks to advance the state and practice of medical science, educates the public about medicine, and promotes and protects the rightful and desirable interests of the medical profession. It also provides continuing education for physicians and takes stands on public health issues.