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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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  • The Western Carolina Medical Society Foundation’s (WCMS) Healthy Healer Program's primary goal is to create a culture in the house of medicine that openly supports providers who seek help for burnout and psychological distress, instead of stigmatizing and punishing them.

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  • The LSMS will implement the Physician Leadership Academy for Physicians under 50 years of age to provide these physicians with experience and training in the core aptitudes to excel in leadership positions both within and outside the practice of medicine, focusing on organized medicine and the business of medicine.

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  • The New Hampshire Physician Leadership Institute will build a new cadre of physicians in New Hampshire with leadership capabilities, facilitate regular networking of physician executives, and create the groundwork to sustain continuing professional development through a physician leadership institute in the Granite State. Currently, New Hampshire has neither the capacity nor the infrastructure to support such an endeavor. This project achieves this by bringing together local resources to build a curriculum and program experience that focuses on the leadership competencies identified by physicians.

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  • The Ohio Medical Education Foundation (OMEF), in coordination with major health systems in Ohio, are creating the Health System Physician Policy and Advocacy Institute. The Institute’s goal is to create sophisticated, knowledgeable and active physician leaders within hospital systems who will be engaged with the OSMA in order to stay current and provide input/expertise on critical health policy issues as they are being debated and negotiated in the legislative, regulatory and administrative arena.

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  • The Nebraska Medical Foundation (NMF) Physician Leadership Academy focuses on improving physician leader's proficiency in 18 leadership competencies that are validated to improve leadership effectiveness. In addition, the program will provide strategies and practice to reduce any of nine reactive tendencies the physician leader may have that are associated with decreased leadership effectiveness. The program is a combination of small group learning, self-awareness, feedback, experiential learning and individual coaching.

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  • Leadership on the Front Lines, a partnership with QC and Maine Medical Association, bolsters the ability of physicians to be forefront in emerging public health crises and advance value-based care to improve population health. The two-year physician leadership training program includes annual 8-month cohorts of up to 30 participants. 

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  • The goal of the proposed 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. Skills involving contract review and negotiations, group dynamics, communications and effective  listening/responding techniques are now essential to thriving in the new practice environment.

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