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  • The Texas Medical Association Disaster Relief program will provide support to help physicians respond to their communities' immediate Hurricane Harvey-related medical needs and begin to rebuild their practices.

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  • The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) will overhaul Medicare’s physician payment system starting in 2019, and much work needs to be done to implement the extensive changes MACRA demands. MSMS Foundation will develop a suite of resources, programs and tools to help untangle the rules, ease the transition and improve opportunities for success.

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  • The Center for a Healthy Maryland (the Center) will seek to improve and expand the Certificate Program in Physician Leadership (the Program), established through the Maryland Physician Leadership Institute in its prior Physicians Foundation grant, over a two year period (2017-2019).

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  • The Metro Omaha Medical Society will address physician burnout and wellness at a community level, eliminating the barriers to seeking care that exist in other models because they are contained within an employer based system and endanger the anonymity that doctors consider a necessity. 

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  • This project aims to train physicians identified by peers as Opinion Leaders (well-liked and influential physicians). These Opinion Leaders will then drive engagement in activities designed to create an organizational culture of wellness (e.g. appreciation, values alignment, and peer support) in which physicians extend to themselves and their colleagues the same natural compassion that they show to their patients.

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  • The Joy of Medicine program is a multilateral approach to physician well-being through building personal resilience, connecting with colleagues, and collaborating with physician leaders of medical groups and well-being committees to foster a culture of wellness in the local physician community.

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  • Mount Sinai Medical Center will leverage its institutional commitment to physician trainee wellness by piloting a parallel program for attending level physicians. The Physician Wellness Program (PWP) will be a structured, physician-led, and practice-oriented program for practicing physicians.

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  • The Travis County Medical Society Foundation will collaborate with other medical societies to develop a manual on how to create a Physician Wellness Program (PWP). In addition to a toolkit, the manual will include research and background supporting the need for such a program.

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  • The Family Health Center of Worcester will develop, implement, and pilot an innovative model for a comprehensive physician wellness program. Program objectives are to improve physicians’ self-ratings of their overall state of wellbeing and resilience, decrease physicians’ assessment of their degree of burnout, and improve physicians’ ratings of the organizational culture of wellbeing.

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