• The Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation will conduct a third Direct Primary Care (DPC) CME conference to add more physicians to the practice model, solidify physician autonomy, and expand training with a third track for growing and maturing existing DPC practices.

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  • Health Leads will pursue three physician-oriented projects within our larger strategy to make addressing all patients’ social needs a standard part of quality care. Combined, the proposed work will better enable physicians to lead within the healthcare sector, inform its practices and standards, and care for their patients in the manner to which they have always aspired.

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  • The Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation will conduct a third Direct Primary Care (DPC) CME conference to add more physicians to the practice model, solidify physician autonomy, and expand training with a third track for growing and maturing existing DPC practices.

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  • Physician time is one of the most valuable - if not the most valuable - resources in health care, but very little is known about how physicians use their time. This project will move beyond the limited research that has been done to date by using Ecological Momentary Analysis (EMA), a method that is well-established in other fields, but new to the study of physicians, to provide precise estimates of how physicians spend their time.

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  • PSO Services, LLC is a physician-led organization focused on helping physicians and physician-led organizations remain independent while making the transition to value-based care. It was formed by the three largest state medical associations: California Medical Association, Florida Medical Association and Texas Medical Association.

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  • The purpose of this conference with the Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation and the Texas Medical Association is to present these topics and to give doctors information that they need to create DPC practices, and to understand options to the current MOC process. The goal is to provide doctors with the tools to become successful in both areas and present obstacles that they need to be aware of.

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  • Honoring Choices Pacific Northwest (Honoring Choices PNW) is an unprecedented, statewide advance care planning initiative to inspire early conversations about the type of care people want if faced with a life-threatening illness. Honoring Choices PNW will provide physicians, the groups or hospitals they work in, and other healthcare providers with the necessary training and resources to discuss, record and honor patients’ wishes at the end of their lives.

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  • Let My Doctor Practice was launched by four doctors with the goal of creating awareness for the lack of doctor autonomy in the healthcare system and the subsequent impact to patients.  UPSA created a national stage for physicians to come together and discuss and capture these pressing issues, and assessing them for ideas and solutions to support doctor autonomy.

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  • The project will support the S. C. Medical Association in empowering physicians to take a leadership role in increasing the number of patients with advance care planning directives hat will identify, capture, and honor their end-of-life care choices.

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  • The Summit at the Summit will draw to a national stage with public and media attention the many physicians and others who are concerned over the exclusion of experienced clinicians in the recent reforms of our health system. All physicians and physician organizations will be invited to participate in the national roundtable discussion.

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