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  • Navigating the 2022 AMCAS Application Cycle for Applicants - April 27

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/27/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Please join us for the AAMC American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®) webinar for medical school applicants.

    “Thank you for your interest in this webinar.  Because of high demand for the live webinar, registration is now closed.  The recording will be available within 3-5 days after the webinar and will be posted here.”

    Please join us for the AAMC American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®) webinar for medical school applicants. This 90-minute session will prepare applicants for the 2022 AMCAS application cycle.  Attendees will receive a walkthrough of the AMCAS application, available AMCAS resources for applicants and more! There will also be time for questions and answers.  

    This webinar with provide details on: 

    • AMCAS Application Process;
    • AMCAS Deadlines;
    • Available AMCAS applicant resources;
    • AAMC Fee Assistance Program

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    Candice Pantor
    Senior Communications Specialist, AAMC

    Jena Wimsatt
    Outreach Specialist, AAMC

  • Federal Budget Reconciliation 101: Background and Outlook for Congressional Activity in 2021 - March 30

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/30/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Please join us to learn more about how budget reconciliation works, a look back at the most recent package, and outlook for the process later in 2021.

    In 2021, the U.S. Congress is utilizing the complex budget reconciliation process to advance large legislative packages to address the COVID-19 pandemic. Democrats controlling both the House and Senate used reconciliation for the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and have another opportunity to use the mechanism this year. Please join us on March 30th to hear from Bill Hoagland, Senior Vice President at the Bipartisan Policy Center and 25-year Senate budget staffer. Please join this webinar to hear from this expert about the how the budget reconciliation process works, how it was used to advance the most recent COVID-19 legislative package, and outlook for the process in 2021.

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    Bill Hoagland
    Senior Vice President, Bipartisan Policy Center

    G. William Hoagland is a BPC senior vice president. In this capacity, he helps direct and manage fiscal, health, and economic policy analyses.

    Before joining BPC in September 2012, Hoagland served as vice president of public policy for CIGNA Corporation, working with business leaders, trade associations, business coalitions, and interest groups to develop CIGNA policy on health care reform issues at both the federal and state levels.

    Prior to joining CIGNA, Hoagland completed 33 years of federal government service, including 25 years on the U.S. Senate staff. From 2003 to 2007, he served as the director of budget and appropriations in the office of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist. He assisted in evaluating the fiscal impact of major legislation and helped to coordinate budget policy for the Senate leadership.

    From 1982 to 2003, Hoagland served as a staff member and director of the Senate Budget Committee, reporting to U.S. Sen. Pete V. Domenici, chairman and ranking member of the committee during this period. He participated in major federal budget negotiations, including the 1985 Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Budget Deficit Reduction Act, the 1990 Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, and the historic 1997 Balanced Budget Agreement.

    In 1981, he served as the administrator of the Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service and as a special assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture. He was one of the first employees of the Congressional Budget Office in 1975, working with its first director, Alice Rivlin.

    In both 1997 and 2005, National Journal listed him as one of the “Washington 100 Decision Makers” and referred to him as a “bottom-liner who is not a hard-liner.” Roll Call consistently named Hoagland as one of the top 50 Hill staffers. In 2002, he received the James L. Blum Award for Distinguished Service in Budgeting. The National Association of State Budget Officers honored him in 2004 with its Leadership in Budgeting Award, and in 2006 he was inducted as a fellow in the National Academy of Public Administration.

    Hoagland is an affiliate professor of public policy at the George Mason University and a board member of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, the National Academy of Social Insurance, and the National Advisory Committee to the Workplace Flexibility 2010 Commission. In 2009, he was appointed to the Peterson-Pew Commission on Budget Reform examining the overall structure of the budget, authorization, and appropriations process, and was a member of BPC’s Debt Reduction Task Force that published Restoring America’s Future in November 2010. He coordinated BPC’s 2013 report, A Bipartisan Rx for Patient-Centered Care and System-Wide Cost Containment. In April 2015, he co-chaired the National Academy of Social Insurance report, “Addressing Pricing Power in Health Care Markets.”

    Hoagland attended the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and holds degrees from Purdue University and The Pennsylvania State University. His family’s Indiana family farm was recognized as a “Hoosier Homestead” for having remained in the family for over a century.

  • The AAMC SJT 2021 Administration: Everything you Need to Know to Prepare your Students - March 23

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/23/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Now in it’s second year and more than doubling the number of participating schools and expected examinees, the AAMC Situational Judgment Test (AAMC SJT) is an assessment designed to evaluate knowledge of pre-professional behaviors that are required for success in medical school and practice.

    Now in it’s second year and more than doubling the number of participating schools and expected examinees, the AAMC Situational Judgment Test (AAMC SJT) is an assessment designed to evaluate knowledge of pre-professional behaviors that are required for success in medical school and practice. Admissions officers may use AAMC SJT scores, along with other admissions data, in pre-interview screening.  This year, approximately 20,000 applicants will take the exam to apply to these two schools plus three new participating schools: Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Morehouse School of Medicine, and the University of Alabama-Birmingham School of Medicine.  As the time approaches for applicants to complete the AAMC SJT exam, we believe that it is essential for us to take an opportunity to interact in real-time with the prehealth advisors community for a practical webinar. Through this live engagement, presenters will discuss details for the AAMC SJT’s second operational year, including test administration policies and procedures, test preparation materials, and plans for score release. 

    Presenters will also allow time for questions from the audience.  A recording of this webinar will be posted on the AAMC SJT website.

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    Dana Dunleavy, Ph.D.
    Director, Admissions and Selection Research and Development

    Rebecca Fraser, Ph.D.
    Director, Admissions and Selection Research and Development

  • Learn about the 2021 AAMC Fee Assistance Program - March 9

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/09/2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    The AAMC Fee Assistance Program assists those who, without financial assistance, would be unable to apply to medical schools.

    The AAMC Fee Assistance Program assists those who, without financial assistance, would be unable to apply to medical schools. Attendees will learn how medical school applicants can save over $2,000 through the Fee Assistance Program. This webinar will include the 2021 Fee Assistance Program benefits, eligibility requirements, and application process. There will be time for questions and answers.

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    Sharifa Dickenson
    AMCAS Operations Director

    Sharifa Dickenson has been with the AAMC for over 7 years. As the AMCAS Operations Director, she oversees multiple facets of AMCAS including Document Processing, Verification, and the AAMC Fee Assistance Program.

    Shannon Vines
    AMCAS Document Processing Supervisor

    Shannon Vines has been with the AAMC for over 14 years. As the AMCAS Document Processing Supervisor, she oversees the processing of both AMCAS and Fee Assistance documentation.

  • Using the PDWS During SOAP® - March 9

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/09/2021 at 11:00 AM (EST)

    ERAS will provide an overview of how to review, filter, and rank SOAP® applicants within the Program Director’s WorkStation (PDWS).

    The 2021 Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP®) will begin on Monday, March 15 at 11 a.m. ET. To prepare residency programs, ERAS will host a webinar titled, “Using the PDWS During SOAP®” on Tuesday, March 9 at 11 a.m. ET.

    ERAS will provide an overview of how to review, filter and rank SOAP applicants in the Program Director’s WorkStation (PDWS).

    Additional information will include:
    • SOAP Introduction
    • SOAP 2021 ERAS Schedule
    • Using the PDWS during SOAP
    • Residency Management System (Post SOAP)

    This webinar will be recorded, emailed, and posted on the ERAS Community Site under the ‘Learning Resources’ ‘Webinar’ tab. 

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    Richard Peng
    Sr. Training Specialist, ERAS

  • ERAS® and NRMP® offer SOAP® 101 Webinar - March 8

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/08/2021 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    To introduce residency applicants to the SOAP schedule and process, the Association of American Medical College's (AAMC®) Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) and the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP®) will host a joint webinar on Monday, March 8 at 1 p.m. ET.

    Registration for this live webinar has reached its capacity.  A recording will be available within 3 business days.

    The 2021 Match Week and Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP®) will begin on Monday, March 15 at 11 a.m. ET.

    To introduce residency applicants to the SOAP schedule and process, the Association of American Medical College's (AAMC®) Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) and the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP®) will host a joint webinar on Monday, March 8 at 1 p.m. ET.

    ERAS and the NRMP will provide an overview of the SOAP process and information on the following -

    • NRMP SOAP Eligibility Requirements
    • Communication Rules During SOAP
    • ERAS Preparation for SOAP
    • ERAS SOAP Requirements
    • ERAS SOAP Application Process
    • Match Week Timeline and SOAP Offer Rounds
    • NRMP SOAP Data

    Applicants will be able to ask ERAS and NRMP staff questions after the presentation.

    This webinar will be recorded, emailed, and posted on the AAMC Webinars and Online Courses page. You can also find the recording in your AAMC Dashboard after you've logged in.

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    Richard Peng
    Sr. Training Specialist, ERAS

    Jeanette Calli
    Chief of Match Operations, NRMP

  • How space, workforce and strategic planning leaders can keep an eye on diversity, equity and inclusion in the time of COVID-19 - February 23

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    In these unprecedented times of COVID-19, what role can leaders in strategic planning, space planning and workforce development have in fostering diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)?

    In these unprecedented times of COVID-19, what role can leaders in strategic planning, space planning, and workforce development have in fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI)? As institutional budgets and priorities are shifting, keeping DEI efforts front and center has never been more important. Many institutional leaders have survived the current crises by staying nimble and responsive and are now turning their sights toward getting their institutions back on track in 2021. 

    With this pivot toward the future, there is a great risk of backsliding on the gains achieved through focused DEI efforts over the past few decades. With institutional priorities unclear, space, financial, and workforce decisions are being made based on the bottom line, which is understandable, but can also open up the institution to recreating and redoubling biases that have taken years to correct. Through the perspectives of three leaders in space planning, strategic planning, and faculty affairs, respectively, this session will create a dialogue around how institutions can avoid losing ground on the DEI progress they’ve made to date in light of the pandemic’s challenges and aftermath.

    Learning Objectives:
     

    At the completion of the session, the learner will be able to:

    1. Understand the business case and value of continuing to invest in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
    2. Integrate DEI into their roles as space, strategic, or HR professionals.
    3. Think creatively about how to foster equity-minded institutions through their operational, administrative and/or finance leadership roles. 

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    Amy S. Gottlieb, MD, FACP
    Chief Faculty Development Officer, Baystate Health
    Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
    University of Massachusetts Medical School – Baystate
    Professor of Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology
    University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate

    Paul Spaulding
    Senior Space Planner
    Space Planning
    University of Rochester Medical Center

    Katy Stevenson, MPP
    Program Administrator, Strategy, Planning and Development
    Office of the CEO and Dean
    University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

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    The AAMC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE sponsors through its website:  www.nasbaregistry.org 

    Attendance at this webinar – “How space, workforce and strategic planning leaders can keep an eye on diversity, equity and inclusion in the time of COVID-19" will provide 1 hour of Continuing Professional Education credits in the area of Business Management and Organization. The program level for this meeting is basic. The delivery method is group Internet Based. No prerequisites or advance preparation is required. Participation in this webinar is free.  For questions or complaints about CPE credit, please contact Heather Sacks at hsacks@aamc.org

    At the completion of the session, the learner will be able to:

    1. Understand the business case and value of continuing to invest in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
    2. Integrate DEI into their roles as space, strategic, or HR professionals.
    3. Think creatively about how to foster equity-minded institutions through their operational, administrative and/or finance leadership roles. 

    Please note that you will be required to participate on this webinar for at least 50 minutes in order to receive the full CPE credit.

  • A Discussion with MedBiquitous Luminary Dr. Rosalyn Scott - February 16

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    “MedBiquitous Community Connection” is a series of free one-hour webinars featuring health professions educators and technology innovators from around the globe.

    Dr. Scott’s webinar on Feb. 16 will focus on the influence MedBiquitous has had on her development and design of simulation-based education for both the healthcare team and patients. As a prelude to her personal story and in honor of Black History month, Dr. Scott will introduce the collective memory of the healing arts among African-Americans which led her to become the first female African-American cardiothoracic surgeon. Her recent academic interests have focused on educational technologies and simulation. Dr. Scott will describe her strategies to develop the first regional simulation program in the VA, which included both mobile, virtual and center-based activities targeting basic training, professional development and patient education. She will conclude with a vision for how MedBiquitous standards could lead to a digital ecosystem supporting simulation-based health professions education designed to achieve and maintain competence and provide an adaptive curriculum for the individual learner.

    “MedBiquitous Community Connection” is a series of free one-hour webinars featuring health professions educators and technology innovators from around the globe. “MedBiquitous Community Connection” provides a forum for community experts to share how digital technologies are promoting improvement and better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education. A portion of each webinar will reserve time for a brief Q&A session, allowing attendees the opportunity to dialogue with guest speakers.

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    Dr. Rosalyn Scott

    Professor of Surgery

    Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science

    Rosalyn P. Scott, MD, MSHA, is a nationally recognized expert in the implementation of simulation technologies for both professional and patient education. She is a recipient of the Under Secretary for Health Excellence in Clinical Simulation Training, Education, and Research Practice Award for her innovative work in Veterans Affairs. As Co-chair of MedBiquitous’ Competencies Working Group, she led the development of ANSI-accredited XML standards and supporting guidelines for competency and performance data. A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York University School of Medicine and University of Colorado College of Business, Dr. Scott has held key faculty positions in both colleges of medicine and engineering. She is currently consulting with Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science as they develop an independent medical education program in their College of Medicine.

  • AAMC's Hospital-Specific Reports Webinar - February 11

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    During this 60 minute webinar, AAMC staff will provide walk-throughs of AAMC's recently released hospital-specific reports.

    During this 60 minute webinar, AAMC staff will provide walk-throughs of AAMC's recently released hospital-specific reports: 

    • CY2021 Medicare OPPS Final Rule Impact Report and 340B Payment Reduction Calculator
    • CMS Most Favored Nation Model Impact Calculator
    • AAMC Medicare Catchment Area Report 2021

    Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions once the presentation concludes

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    Susan Xu
    Director of Payment Policy Research & Analytics

    Brooke Kelly
    Senior Research Analyst

    Yufei Li
    Research Fellow

  • GBA & GFP Joint Webinar: An Update on Physician Compensation Methodologies in Academic Medical Centers - February 8

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    In this webinar, we will discuss the results from the 2020 AAMC/SullivanCotter Survey on Physician Faculty Compensation Methodologies.

    In this 75-minute webinar, we will discuss the results from the 2020 AAMC/SullivanCotter Survey on Physician Faculty Compensation Methodologies. This is the third survey conducted by the AAMC and SullivanCotter to help members understand how compensation methodologies for faculty physicians and community physicians employed by AMCs and Advanced Practice Providers are evolving. Organizational characteristics of participants will be provided and topics covered include an overview of work effort methodologies, market benchmarking and compensation strategies. Perspectives from AAMC member institutions will also be shared during this webinar.

    Speakers:    

    Ivy Baer, JD, MPH 
    Senior Director and Regulatory Counsel Regulatory and Policy Group 
    Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)  

    Darrell Allen Griffith, MPH, CMPE
    Senior Associate Dean for Finance & Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
    Chief Operating Officer, MCV Physicians

    Jason Tackett, MBA, MS 
    Principal
    Physician Workforce Solutions and Strategic Growth Leader
    SullivanCotter

    Bob Madden
    Principal
    SullivanCotter

    Lucas Wright, MSHA
    Director of Physician Compensation & Analytics
    MCV Physicians, VCU Health

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