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  • PSO Services, LLC is a physician-led organization focused on helping physicians and physician-led organizations remain independent while making the transition to value-based care. It was formed by the three largest state medical associations: California Medical Association, Florida Medical Association and Texas Medical Association.

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  • CMSF will conduct a series of eight short (2 to 7 hours) training events for up to 100 Colorado physicians, each year for two years. This series will be developed and delivered based upon lessons from the Advanced Physician Leadership Program, and will be designed to enhance physician leadership capacity in Colorado and help create a pipeline of new and up-and-coming leaders for CMS to help lead improvements in health and health care delivery.

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  • The MSMA Foundation will continue to grow the Physician Leadership Academy as initially developed as this program has proven to be extremely successful with interest from physicians across the state. This program will continue as originally developed but using local consultants and instructors.

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  • ACCMA and ACCMA CHF will partner with UC Berkeley Haas School of Business to deliver the Transformational Physician Leaders Program. The program will be offered through 6 3-hour sessions offered on weekends and evenings over 6 months.

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  • The Utah Physician Leadership Development program consists of three courses: 1) Proven Skills for a New Era in Health Care is the basic course and is 2.5 days. 2) Health Care Innovation in Action is an advanced 2.5 day course that requires the basic course as a prerequisite. 3) Effectively Negotiating as a Woman Physician is a 3 hour course that is covering an issue that has been identified by participants of previous courses.

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  • The Physician Advisory Network is a leadership development program enabling physicians to lead public health programs. The TCMS created the Network to provide physicians with tools and resources specific to tobacco products.

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  • PBCMSS proposes to recruit physicians representative of South Florida, with a special emphasis on women and minorities to participate in a leadership program designed to think collaboratively to address challenges faced by a diverse community. The program would be offered through 6 sessions which would integrate cultural competency.

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  • The goal of the Social Medicine Consortium's first annual Social Medicine Symposium on April 30th is to serve as a springboard that helps develop an educational framework and curricula for social medicine. Funding will help the work group coordinate four strategic work groups that meet six times per year in-person and through teleconferences.

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  • The Ready to Lead program will teach 15 of California's emerging physician leaders about value-based payment models and provide them with the tools they need to navigate California's increasingly integrated health care environment. The curriculum will also include discussion of clinical quality and performance improvement strategies, communication skills, governance and finance.

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