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  • FY 2020 IPPS Proposed Rule Webinar - May 20

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    AAMC staff will present on hospital payment and quality provisions from CMS’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) proposed rule.

    During this 60 minute webinar, AAMC staff will present on hospital payment and quality provisions from CMS’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) proposed rule. 

    Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions once the presentations have concluded. 
     

    Mary Mullaney
    Director, Hospital Payment Policies

    Andrew Amari
    Policy and Regulatory Analyst, Hospital and GME Payment Policy

    Phoebe Ramsey 
    Sr. Regulatory Analyst – Quality and Payment Policy

  • WebAdMIT Training Webinar #1 - May 8

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Reggie Ross from Liaison’s training team will walk attendees through each of the 5 new enhancements of WebAdMIT for AMCAS for the 2020 application cycle.

    Reggie Ross from Liaison’s training team will walk attendees through each of the 5 new enhancements of WebAdMIT for AMCAS for the 2020 application cycle. In this first webinar of the series, attendees will see demonstrations of the new features and learn how they can be best used in a medical school’s admissions process.

    This is the first part of the series “WebAdMIT 101 Training” If you would like information on the full series, please click here.

    Steve Goldbeck
    AMCAS Medical School Engagement Senior Specialist and WebAdMIT Project Manager

    Reggie Ross
    Liaison International Training Specialist

    Rachel Shore
    AMCAS Medical School Engagement Specialist

  • GBA Webinar: Communication Around Faculty Compensation Plans - May 2

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Hear from three schools and their approaches to communicating faculty compensation plans.

    Hear from three schools and their approaches to communicating faculty compensation plans. Each school will present on their institution’s compensation philosophy and communication strategy, which range from institution-wide to department-based. Speakers will discuss their institutional stakeholders and share their approaches to communication. Speakers will also show their dashboards and tools they use to communicate. This webinar is sponsored by the Group on Business Affairs Data and Benchmarking Committee.

    Speakers:

    Angie Simonson 
    Finance Director, Department of Medicine 
    University of Minnesota  

    Brian Hoffmeister 
    Director of Faculty Compensation 
    Stanford University School of Medicine  

    Susan Kingston 
    Assistant Dean and Executive Director of Faculty Compensation 
    Stanford University School of Medicine  

    Gregory Johns 
    Director of Finance 
    University of Utah Health  

    Stephen Petersen 
    Executive Director, Health System Finance 
    University of Utah Health

  • Dean’s Workstation (DWS) Overview Webinar - May 13

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This webinar provides an overview of the Dean’s Office Workstation (DWS) for medical school staff and advisors.

    This webinar provides an overview of the Dean’s Office Workstation (DWS) for medical school staff and advisors. It provides basic training for functionalities in the DWS, and also covers MyERAS broadly.

    Richard Peng
    ERAS Sr. Training Specialist

    Richard Peng is the ERAS Training Senior Specialist on the ERAS Team. Richard has been with the Association of American Medical Colleges for the past four years and transitioned from the ERAS HelpDesk.  He has extensive experience working with multiple constituent types including applicants navigating through MyERAS.

  • Dean’s Workstation (DWS) Advanced Webinar - May 15

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This webinar provides an an advanced overview of the Dean’s Office Workstation (DWS) for medical school staff and advisors.

    This webinar provides an an advanced overview of the Dean’s Office Workstation (DWS) for medical school staff and advisors. It builds upon the basic training from the Overview webinar and covers some features more extensively.

    Richard Peng
    ERAS Sr. Training Specialist

    Richard Peng is the ERAS Training Senior Specialist on the ERAS Team. Richard has been with the Association of American Medical Colleges for the past four years and transitioned from the ERAS HelpDesk.  He has extensive experience working with multiple constituent types including applicants navigating through MyERAS.

  • Building a Systems Approach to Community Health and Health Equity for Academic Medical Centers - June 20

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    Building a Systems Approach to Community Health and Health Equity for Academic Medical Centers

    For three years, 9 AAMC member institutions have engaged in an effort to “Build a Systems Approach to Community Health and Health Equity for Academic Medical Centers”. This livestream will cover the cohort’s final in-person meeting, themed “Communication for Sustainability”.  

    Following brief presentations from each of the 9 teams, a reactor panel will provide feedback and discuss how community health leaders can more successfully ‘pitch’ their work for sustainable funding beyond ‘the next grant’.

    Kurt Newman, MD

    President and Chief Executive Officer, Children’s National Health System

    Kurt Newman, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer of Children's National, is a surgeon and recognized leader in pediatric health nationally and in Washington, D.C.

    Since becoming CEO in 2011, he has fostered a culture of patient-centered care and championed innovations in research, operations and clinical care. He has forged productive partnerships with other health systems in the region, with government and community entities and with industry at the local, national and global level. He is also a strong advocate for expanding mental health access for kids and has led two national forums on this issue.

    Dr. Newman joined Children’s National as a surgical fellow in 1984 and became Surgeon-in-Chief and Senior Vice President for the Joseph E. Robert, Jr., Center for Surgical Care in 2003. He was instrumental in developing the vision for the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National, inspired by the bold vision of making surgery for children minimally invasive and pain-free. When the Institute was created in 2009 through a transformational $150 million gift, Dr. Newman served as founding Vice President.

    Currently, Dr. Newman serves as the chairman of the Children’s Hospital Association Board of Trustees and previously served as the Chair of the Committee on Advocacy and Policy. He is also a member of the board of directors for the District of Columbia Hospital Association. In addition, Dr. Newman serves on the board of the Economic Club of Washington, Greater Washington Board of Trade, Federal City Council, D.C. Chamber of Commerce and Fight for Children. Previously, he served as a board member of commissioners of the Joint Commission, a member of the Board of Governors of the American Pediatric Surgical Association, as Chair of the Surgery Section of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and on the Commonwealth Council on Childhood Success in Virginia.

    U. Michael Currie, MPH, MBA

    Sr. Vice President and Chief Health Equity Officer, UnitedHealth Group

    Michael has held roles in both the public and private sectors with responsibilities related to disease prevention, wellness, and health benefits.  He has spent more than 20 years of his educational and professional life focused on population health management.

    Michael has lead the UHG Health Equity Services Program since its establishment in June of 2010 and is responsible for the development and coordination of enterprise efforts, initiatives and interventions to identify health disparities, as well as the enhancement or implementation of programs and services to address identified health disparities.

    Prior to joining UnitedHealth Group, Michael was a Major Accounts Manager at CareFirst BCBS, managing CareFirst’s largest block of public sector business, a Wellness Director at Baltimore Gas & Electric, and a Program Director at both the state and local county health department levels.

    Michael received his B.S. from Morehouse College, his MPH from George Washington University, and his MBA from Johns Hopkins University.  He has served on various boards and committees of local and national organizations.

    Alison Rein, MS

    Senior Director, Health and Human Services, Quantified Ventures LLC

    As Senior Director of the Quantified Ventures Health and Human Services team, Alison Rein is dedicated to advancing creative, cross-sector, and collaborative solutions to thorny issues in public and population health, including helping clients explore and execute social impact investment projects leveraging the Pay for Success model.

    With over 20 years of experience in the strategic consulting and healthcare fields, Alison excels at strategy and partnership development, innovation and design thinking, collaborative network building, sustainable financing, and program design and execution. An entrepreneurial thinker, Alison champions the use of data to generate evidence and insights that can inform new approaches to old problems. She brings substantive expertise in community-based health improvement, measurement and evaluation, health information technology and exchange, Health Tech, and multi-stakeholder engagement.

    Prior to joining Quantified Ventures, Alison served as Senior Director at AcademyHealth, where she partnered with public and private sector funders to advance population health improvement, drive toward delivery system transformation, and accelerate research capacity. She has also held roles as Assistant Director of food and health policy at the National Consumers League, and as a Practice Director conducting health economic outcomes and market research on behalf of life sciences and other healthcare clients.

    Alison earned a B.A. in English, and an M.S. in public policy analysis from the University of Rochester. A 20+ year resident of the nation’s capital, she considers Washington, D.C., her home. When she’s not strategizing about financing health outcomes, Alison enjoys dancing, cooking for friends, trying her best at beach volleyball, and goofing around with her son.  

    Charles (Chip) Roberts (Moderator)

    Assistant Vice President for Development, University of Central Florida College of Medicine

    Charles (Chip) Roberts is the first development professional hired by the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and has served as the Assistant Vice President for Development since his hire in November 2007. His immediate assignment was to assist with the successful completion (over $7 million) of the Charter Class Scholarship Program, the first in the country ever to offer full scholarships to an entire class of medical students.

    Prior to that, Mr. Roberts served as the first Director of Development for the Everglades Foundation in Miami, Florida, where he planned and implemented one of the most successful fund raising events in Florida, raising over $2 million in its second year. He began his career in 1986 with the University of Miami, during its historic $517 million capital campaign; at the time, the second largest in the history of higher education. He then spent over nine years at Florida International University as a development officer overseeing several academic areas and as the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations. He has served as the chief development officer at the Zoological Society of Florida, the YMCA of Greater Miami and Sunrise Community.

    Mr. Roberts is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) of Central Florida and a past Vice President of AFP of Greater Miami. He is also a member of the Winter Park Rotary Club. A 1990 graduate of Leadership Miami, Mr. Roberts has presented fund raising topics to a number of community organizations, including Hands on Miami Leadership and the YMCA of Sao Paolo, Brasil. He is a graduate of The University of the South (Sewanee), with a degree in English literature. He and his wife Karen reside in Winter Springs, Florida with their four children. 

  • Exploring Research on the Effect of Diversity in Physician Workforce - April 25

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    The AAMC will host a free interactive discussion with Dr. Owen Garrick, President and CEO of Bridge Clinical Research about the effects of diversity in health care among African-American men in the United States.

    The AAMC will host a free interactive discussion with Dr. Owen Garrick, President and CEO of Bridge Clinical Research about the effects of diversity in health care among African-American men in the United States. “Does Diversity Matter for Health? Experimental Evidence from Oakland,” on April 25 at 1:00PM Eastern. In the February edition of USA Today, new research data from the AAMC highlighted there has been a small increase of medical students from 5.6% in 1980 to 7.7% in 2016 who identify as Black or African American, but the increase is still less than the 13.2% in the general population.

    Owen Garrick, MD, MBA

    President & Chief Executive Officer of Bridge Clinical Research

    Owen Garrick, MD MBA is President & Chief Executive Officer of Bridge Clinical Research. At Bridge Clinical, Dr. Garrick, has P&L for the Clinical Trials, Research Analytics, Health Services Research and Healthcare Communications business units.  Bridge Clinical is a global private equity-backed contract research and health communications firm focused on drug development, scientific advancement and patient engagement. It is active in multiple therapeutic areas including anti-infectives, autoimmune, cardiovascular disease, endocrinology and oncology.  Since 2009, therapies that it has helped developed have generated more than $6 billion in revenues. In addition to profit & loss responsibility for the business units, Dr. Garrick has oversight of all financial, administrative, and legal aspects of the company, and serves on the Board of Directors. He led Bridge Clinical’s expansion into multiple therapeutic areas, launched the public relations arm and represents Bridge Clinical at the US Food & Drug Administration. Dr. Garrick joined the company as Chief Financial Officer and previous to assuming his current position was COO of the company. 

    Prior to joining Bridge Clinical, Dr. Garrick was Director of Strategy and Business Development at McKesson Corporation, the leader in drug distribution and health information technology. Some of his key accomplishments included the $450M acquisition of D&K Healthcare which involved due diligence, negotiations and FTC clearances. He also led the launch of McKesson’s Generic Drugs Telesales Business Unit, the development and launch of McKesson’s Drug Adherence Business and the expansion of the pharmaceutical packaging business. 
     
    Before joining McKesson, Dr. Garrick was Global Head of M&A Negotiations at Novartis Pharmaceuticals. In this position he oversaw small and medium size company acquisitions, equity/license right deals, mature product divestments, and venture investments in biotechnology companies. While at Novartis, he pioneered the contingent payment deal structure with the $465 million acquisition of Idenix Pharmaceuticals which launched Novartis’ Anti-Infectives business unit. This structure has become an industry standard tool in life sciences deals. 
     
    Dr. Garrick’s experience also includes positions at Goldman Sachs as an investment advisor working with private healthcare companies as they sought to grow, raise capital, and perform initial public offerings and Merck & Company where he authored the first commercial analysis of Human Papillomma Virus vaccine (Gardasil) which has had peak sales of $1.6 Billion. 
     
    Dr. Garrick is a nationally recognized leader in the field of research and research ethics. He was confirmed and completed a term as a member of the Department of Health and Human Services Advisory Council on Human Research Protections from 2012-2016.  He has co-authored industry advisory documents around biospecimen data security and patient engagement in research and currently serves on the board of Professional Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIMR). 
     
    Dr. Garrick is also on the board of the New York Blood Center where he serves on the M&A Committee. He is Secretary of the board of the American Psychiatric Association Foundation and was Vice Chair of the Board of Regents of Samuel Merritt University. Previously, he served on the $6BN Bay Area Division of Sutter Health, the board of Quorum Review IRB where he chaired the Compensation Committee, the board of the American Medical Association Foundation where he was Board President and Context Matters Inc (acquired by Decision Resources Group). These entities yielded double digit annual growth during his involvement.   
     
    Dr. Garrick earned his MD from Yale School of Medicine and his MBA from Wharton School of Business. He holds an AB in Psychology from Princeton University and resides in Oakland, CA with his wife and three sons.

  • Residency Explorer: A New Resource for Medical Students in the Transition to Residency - April 24

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Understanding the challenges faced by medical students and residency programs in the residency application process, the Association of American Medical Colleges, National Resident Matching Program, USMLE Program, and American Medical Association have teamed up to develop Residency Explorer, a tool to help students investigate programs in their specialty of interest.

    Understanding the challenges faced by medical students and residency programs in the residency application process, the Association of American Medical Colleges, National Resident Matching Program, USMLE Program, and American Medical Association have teamed up to develop Residency Explorer, a tool to help students investigate programs in their specialty of interest. Residency Explorer will offer verified data from reputable organizations as an alternative to crowdsourced resources that may not be reliable or trustworthy.  Residency applicants will have access to a working prototype of Residency Explorer in summer 2019. 

    This webinar is geared to Designated Institutional Officials and residency program directors and coordinators. Participants in this webinar will be able to:

    • Describe research findings on medical students’ experiences in exploring programs in their specialty of interest
    • Review the current state of information and data on program and resident characteristics available to students
    • Preview the Residency Explorer and learn about the launch of the working prototype in summer 2019
    • Share input and feedback on the Residency Explorer

    Atul Grover, MD, PhD
    Executive Vice President, AAMC

    Mona Signer
    President and CEO, NRMP

    William Mallon, EdD
    Senior Director, Strategy and Innovation Development, AAMC

    Angelique Johnson
    Senior Director, Integrated Learner Services, AAMC

  • Navigating the New Reports and Features in AMCAS for Schools - April 24

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    AMCAS is hosting the 2nd live demo webinar of the AMCAS for Schools platform.

    AMCAS is hosting the 2nd live demo webinar of the AMCAS for Schools platform on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 2:00 pm ET. This 90-minute webinar will provide admissions officers and IT staff with an overview of the new reports and features within AMCAS for Schools that go live on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at 9:30 am. We will also provide a brief update on data, including the latest Choose Your Medical School (CYMS) selection numbers in preparation for the availability of the Commit to Enroll option.

    Attendees will learn:

    • Details about the new Program Management feature, which supports individual deadline extensions and applicant preapprovals
    • How to use and understand the data in the 3 new reports – CYMS Detailed Report, CYMS Change History, and Matriculated Elsewhere Report
    • Information about the CYMS emails that begin on April 30
    • The importance of submitting admissions action data on a timely basis as it feeds the CYMS tool and provides better information in the reports
    • The importance of communicating school-specific policies to applicants regarding the expected use of the CYMS tool
    • What AMCAS resources are available for training and learning about the new reports and features

    There will be time at the end of this live demonstration to ask questions.

    We encourage your admissions and technical teams to attend this webinar to ensure you are prepared for the release of the new reports and features on April 30, 2019.

    PJ Kania
    Director of AMCAS Product Management 

    Rachel Shore
    AMCAS Medical School Engagement Specialist

  • The Impact and Implementation of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 2018 Reports on the Biomedical and Medical Workforce

    Contains 6 Product(s)

    In 2018, the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) published five reports that have stirred conversation in the biomedical research community. Join AAMC, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), and NASEM for our monthly webinar series to discuss the major findings, implications, and recommendations of these reports.

    Join AAMC, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) for a monthly webinar series to discuss five reports published by NASEM. In these webinars, we will explore the major findings, implications and recommendations of these reports. This webinar series will be interactive, and we invite you to bring your questions and experiences to share as we discuss how to implement these findings at the institutional level. The webinar series topics are: 

    1. An overview of NASEM, how NASEM develops its reports, and a brief overview of the five reports
    2. Graduate STEM Education for the 21st Century
    3. Open Science by Design
    4. The Next Generation of Biomedical and Behavioral Science Researchers: Breaking Through
    5. The Integration of the Humanities and Arts with Sciences, Engineering and Medicine in Higher Education: Branches from the Same Tree
    6. Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

    Register now for all 6 webinars.