Mirkin retires from
After 37 years of teaching modern Hebrew at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Bilha Mirkin will retire after the coming fall semester.
According to the February issue of the Madison Jewish News, Mirkin started at the school in 1977, and after retirement will remain in Madison to do other “adventures of the mind.”
Milwaukee psychiatrist H. Steven Moffic, M.D., has been appointed the first resident psychiatrist at Panacea Healthcare Solutions, based in St. Paul, Minn.
According to the firm’s website, “We are consultants, educators and IT specialists with decades of real-world clinical coding, financial and software development experience” that seek to help clients improve “coding, compliance, reimbursement and overall financial performance.”
According to an email from Moffic, he “has been asked to infuse a psychiatric perspective on numerous psychiatric problems, including Robin Williams’ suicide, obesity, and the transgendered. He is in the midst of a series of webcasts on the ‘Joy of Coding,’ dedicated to wellness in healthcare coders.”
Howard Schnoll, a senior vice president-financial advisor in RBC Wealth Management’s Milwaukee office, recently was selected to be a member of the firm’s Senior Consulting Group.
According to a news release, this is an exclusive group of advisors recognized for success in building consultative, fee-based businesses. It is the highest level of recognition the firm bestows upon its fee-based financial advisors.
RBC Wealth Management financial advisors assist individual, corporate, and institutional clients by providing wealth management solutions such as stocks, taxable and tax-exempt bonds, options and mutual funds. They also assist clients with retirement plans and money management programs.
In the United States, RBC Wealth Management operates as a division of RBC Capital Markets, LLC, founded in 1909.