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Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
Hpm Lead   National Organization Scene
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The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) hosted a one day work shop in Boston on March 2, 2010. Thirty junior leaders from over 25 premier health institutions in the country …

The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) hosted a one day work shop in Boston on March 2, 2010. Thirty junior leaders from over 25 premier health institutions in the country participated in this workshop. Dale Lupu and Porter Storey from AAHPM did a very informative presentation on the National Organization Scene in the field of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. During this talk they drew a 30,000 foot view thumbnail picture of the various professional scoieties who have an influence on the growth and development of the field of pall care. They talked at length about the central role and enduring commitment of AAHPM in supporting junior clinicians in Palliative Care across all venues.

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  • 1. Alphabet Soup or a Trip through the Galaxy A few pointers for LEAD participants on getting f i t f ti i t tti involved in the organizational life of HPM Dale Lupu PhD & Porter Storey, MD For American Academy Hospice & Palliative Medicine LEAD Program March 2010
  • 2. Learning objectives: 1) Give a conceptual framework that you can hang the acronyms on – make meaning ou o the letters in the soup a e ea g out of e e e s e 2) Explore the galaxy of organizations – where are the points of interest for you, where can you intersect 3) Opportunity to do own goal-setting and get feedback
  • 3.  HPNA AAMC SCC HOD CAS NHF
  • 4. National Medical Organizations Council of Medical Special Societies (CMSS) A central function of CMSS is representing the views of the specialty societies in the arena of national medical education, accreditation, and policy, such as ACCME and ABMS. Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Accredits (ACCME). organizations and institutions that offer CME Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Accredits institutions that offer GME. American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). Umbrella organization for the 24 specialty boards. Coordinates board activities re: initial certification, re- certification, and maintenance of certification. Liaison Committee on Specialty Boards (LCSB). Recognizes new specialties. National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) Runs the annual computer- based program matching graduating medical students with available residency p y positions.
  • 5. More - licensing National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME). Develops and administers licensing examinations. examinations National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) Federally operated repository for malpractice and practice-related actions against physicians and other health care practitioners.
  • 6. Even more - Quality National Quality Forum (NQF). Brings together diverse healthcare stakeholders to develop consensus on measures on healthcare quality. Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement (PCPI) Physician Quality Reporting Initiative (PQRI) National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) The Joint Commission (TJC) CHAP
  • 7. P Perspective c 
  • 8. The overlap of worlds and worldviews Hospice & Palliative Care HPM Health Care ( (institutions Medicine & professions)
  • 9. Standard Setting Organizations Opportunities: • Write exam questions •Revise accreditation Licensure i standards • NBME •Disciplinary proceedings • State boards • FSMB Accreditation Certification •TJC •ABMS & boards •CHAP •ACGME
  • 10. Physician Professional Organizations Opportunities: • education National • build links with HPM Specialty S i lt • strategic projects Societies •CMSS (32 members) •ACP •AGS GS •AAHPM National State & Academic Local •State Societies medical societies • AAMC •Local •AAMC CAS – 94 medical specialty societies p y societies •SGIM, ADGAP, SAEM
  • 11. AMA World •AAHPM has one seat in the House of Delegates – which it struggled to retain in 2009 • HOD Delegate • Chad Kollas • Ron Crossno, Alternate • (Ron also serves as Vice Chair of the Pain and Palliative Medicine Specialty Section Counci)
  • 12. AMA is not the only planet. There is also – DO World
  • 13. The Hospice & Pal Care World SIG NCHP AAHPM P CAPC NHPCO NHF HPC Coalition NPCRC HPNA NBC HPN
  • 14. NCHPP  National Council of Hospice and Palliative Professionals (NCHPP)  i di id l membership within NHPCO individual b hi ithi  15 discipline-specific NCHPP sections  http://www.nhpco.org/files/public/nchpp/History_ of_NCHPP_piece.pdf
  • 15. AAHPM – beyond the annual meeting&committees  SIG’s  Social media – Facebook Twitter blog Facebook, Twitter,  (anyone care to organize an assault on Wiki?)  Write articles for newsletter!!!!
  • 16. Getting Involved with AAHPM  Informal process:  Talk to committee chairs, board members, mentors  Ask what projects need new energy  Formal process:  visit webpage –” membership”, then “getting involved”  Fill out volunteer application
  • 17. Tips  Pick a project you care about  Pick a project that will make your life better – even if far in the future  Develop staff contact and a volunteer leader champion  Brief write-up of idea.  It’s easier for staff or volunteer champion to share it p and get helpful feedback.  Just DO it – as a pilot.  CCan revise course once have proof of concept i h f f t
  • 18. Workshop  Problem or project  Target organization  What you hope to gain  What you have to contribute  Plan  roadblocks
  • 19. What do you hope to gain?  Network  Carry out a project  S l Solve a problem bl  Burnish resume  Have fun, develop collegial relationships, get/give support  Be mentored/mentor  Learn  Teach  Create knowledge
  • 20. Dale Lupu dlupu@abhpm.org Porter Storey porterstorey@palliativemd.com

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