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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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  • The Montana Medical Association Physician Leadership Effectiveness Program project will build leadership capacity among Montana physicians in support of their professional success in an ever changing healthcare system through the use of leadership tools and intentional strategy.

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  • Under the proposed program expansion, TMA will create a parallel version of its successful TMALC program, to be known as the Lifelong Leadership cohort, focused on the needs of physicians in established practice. Under the proposed program expansion, TMA will create a parallel version of its successful TMALC program, to be known as the Lifelong Leadership cohort, focused on the needs of physicians in established practice.

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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 Nebraska Medical Foundation designated will be assisting physicians who have been displaced by flooding. Through the use of the Physician Foundation's grant, physicians in Nebraska will rebuild their practices. 

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  • The Ready to Lead: Physician Leadership in Integrated Settings program (R2L) prepares primary care physicians for leadership roles in medical groups, independent practice associations (IPAs), accountable care organizations (ACOs), and systems. The program emphasizes the development of mentor relationships between existing and emerging leaders; training in skills and competencies needed to advance to executive leadership positions.

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  • IMQ will offer "Stepping Up to Leadership - the IMQ/PACE Platinum Training Program for Physician Leaders" in a different format than in years past. The program will be developed into a series of twelve, one-hour segments available as live webinars as well as on line enduring materials.

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  • The goal of the leadership seminar is to help physicians understand and deal with the realities of the new paradigm of health care delivery and how that can effectively work and thrive in the changing environment. This project is a follow-on to the successful Leadership Seminar for Younger Physicians over the past two years as a weekend programs run in New York City, Syracuse, Albany and Buffalo.

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  • ACCMA will expand upon the successful Berkeley Physician Leadership Program to create a scalable, statewide program that is accessible to physicians throughout California. Using the core faculty and curriculum from program years one and two, we are planning to work in partnership with the California Medical Association (CMA) and other county medical societies to develop a statewide hybrid online/in-person program.

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