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  • The Joy in Medicine (JiM) meeting series is aimed at elevating national awareness and action regarding physician burnout and wellness, with the ultimate goal of improving patient care by reducing physician burnout and enhancing physician wellness.

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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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  • The way to bridge the gap between physicians and hospital/healthcare system administration is to get more employed physicians engaged in leadership roles within their organizations. TMA can help facilitate a path to leadership to get doctors more directly involved in projects surrounding quality, efficiency and cost.

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  • Based on the success and lessons learned from the KFMC’s previous leadership project called the Kentucky Physicians Leadership Initiative (KPLI), KFMC would like to fashion a physician leadership project over two years called the Kentucky Physicians Leadership Institute.

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  • The Montana Medical Association Foundation will be continuing the Montana Medical Association’s Physician Leadership Effectiveness Program and the build of a second tier program component for alumni. 

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  • The presence of the computer in the exam room has profoundly affected the relationship between patients and their practitioners and between practitioners and their work. This first-time international symposium will bring together leading researchers to examine the impact of the electronic record on the patient-practitioner relationship, the role of human factors in software and device design, and best practices for integrating computers into clinical practice, while keeping patients at the center of care.

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  • The Institute for Medical Quality will offer a two day, Stepping Up To Leadership Program which will  bring together medical staff leaders, including Chiefs of Staff, committee members, and department chairs, to participate in skill-building interactive sessions led by established experts in their fields.  This program covers topics that are most relevant to medical staff leaders as determined by our planning committee, survey of medical staff leaders, evaluation forms and input from CAMSS and OMSS. 

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  • Benjamin Rush Institute (BRI) provided medical students with scholarships to cover registration and defer travel cost for attending healthcare related conferences across the country.

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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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