Grants to advance the work of practicing physicians

The Physicians Foundation is pleased to offer healthcare grant opportunities to qualified organizations seeking to advance the work of practicing physicians and improve the delivery and quality of patient care. The initiatives supported through our grants have successfully assisted physicians across a wide range of practice settings in addressing clinical and operational challenges.

  • The program will be facilitated over the course of 7 monthly sessions and will be aimed at developing leadership skills, preventing burnout, and encouraging/fostering statewide relationships amongst the class members and physicians in each of the session locations. This combination of personal improvement, along with a better understanding of the state as a whole, will result in a generation of Wyoming physicians who strive to be leaders in their community, their profession, and their state.

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  • The Alaska State Medical Association (ASMA) will build leadership in the ranks of Alaska physicians through development of the Future Alaska Medical Leaders Inc (FAMLI) physician leadership program.

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  • The goal of the Public Health Advocacy Fellowship is to increase physician leadership in critical public health issues. This is accomplished by bringing together a cohort of passionate medical students (fellows) and established physician leaders (mentors) over 9 months from September to May for skills training, mentorship, and hands on leadership experiences.

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  • South Carolina Medical Association will support disaster relief efforts. Specifically, this grant will assist physicians who have been displaced by Hurricane Florence and Michael to rebuild their practices. 

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  • The physician leadership academy focuses on improving physician leader's proficiency in 18 leadership competencies that are validated to improve leadership effectiveness.

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  • In collaboration with the Connecticut State Medical Society, Medical Association of Georgia, Kansas Medical Society, Louisiana State Medical Association,  Missouri State Medical Association, Medical Society of New Jersey and the South Carolina Medical Association, and the Kansas Health Information Network, the Physicians Foundation is promoting electronic health record interoperability by helping to reduce barriers to physician participation in health information exchange. 

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  • D4PCF seeks to expand the DPC movement, facilitate the launch and sustainability of new DPC practices, and develop online training tools freely available to physicians nationwide.

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  • The Education Symposium is held on only one day in Columbus, Ohio. OSMA is working to replicate this program and take it to other areas of the state geographically, as well as offer it to hospitals and large practices that might not have the benefits of a fully functional physician well-being initiative.

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