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Upcoming Webinars

11/17/17 Bridging Physician Well-Being and Outcomes for Patients, Richard Bogue
12/15/17 No Webinar Scheduled in December
1/19/18 The ROI of Well-Being, Liz Ferron
2/16/18 How Can CMS Help Improve Physican Well-Being?, Aditi Mallick

Webinar Archives

Physician Well-Being: A Discussion on Burnout and Achieving Joy in Practice
Presenter:  Allison Winkler currently leads PS2 efforts on physician burnout and wellness initiatives. These initiatives include the Joy in Medicine Conference Series, AMA Wellness Assessment Program, STEPS Forward™ content on professional well-being, and development of new strategic projects. In addition, Allison also serves as a subject matter expert on practice transformation content related to STEPS Forward™, Transforming Clinical Practices Grant, and educational webinars and live events for PS2. Allison joined the AMA in February of 2016 with nine years of experience in the healthcare industry and a background in consulting and direct practice management. She has consulted for a number of top health systems on practice optimization and revenue cycle operations. Prior to joining the AMA, Allison served as Associate Director and Practice Manager for the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center at Northwestern Medicine. In this role, she managed the daily clinical operations for 111 providers and over 160,000 annual patient visits. Allison currently lives in Chicago with her husband, Brendan, their daughter, Lilly, and two dogs, Joey and Conrad.
Date:  October 20, 2017
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Integrating Resilience Skills; Meeting the Needs of Health Care Consumers
Presenter:  Janette Helm is a Registered Nurse and Master Certified Health Education Specialist. She completed her Nursing degree at Anderson University in Indiana, and her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Community Health Education from Ball State University in Muncie, IN. Janette is a System Director of Mission Integration for St.Vincent Ascension Health in Indiana. She serves as Adjunct Faculty in the Master’s in Health Administration program for Indiana University Indianapolis campus, teaching Organizational Behavior. She is also a member of the faculty for the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs in the Healthcare Advanced Leadership Institute, where she will be teaching a full day workshop on “resilience”. Janette is currently the President of the Health Care Education Association, and is also President of the Board for Trinity Free Clinic.
Date:  September 15, 2017
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Compassion to Karuna: Your Mission as a Healer
Presenter:  A pediatric rehabilitation specialist, Chuck Dietzen, MD is the Founder and President of Timmy Global Health, an Indianapolis‐‐‐based nonprofit organization founded in 1997 to expand access to healthcare in the developing world, while empowering students and medical professional volunteers to tackle today’s most pressing global health challenges. Chuck is a distinguished graduate of Purdue University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1983. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Indiana University in 1987, and completed his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency from the University of Alabama in 1991. In 2015, Chuck was the recipient of the highest honor a Governor of the State of Indiana can give; the Sagamore of the Wabash. He also received the Indiana School of Medicine’s Distinguished Medical Alumni Award in recognition of his contributions on a national and global scale.
Date:  August 18, 2017
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Physician Accountability | The Role of Medicus Integra©
Presenter:  Ted Hamilton, MD is Senior Vice President for Mission & Ministry for Adventist Health System. For the past decade his work has been primarily focused on promoting personal and professional wholeness for physicians. He is a founding member and current chair of the board of the Coalition for Physician Well-Being. He graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine and did his family practice training at Florida Hospital. Following several years of private practice, he directed the Florida Hospital family practice residency from 1980-87. He obtained his MBA from Rollins College, Crummer School, in 1987. Ted has served on several local community boards and committees, including Orlando Healthcare Center for the Homeless, Second Harvest Food Bank, and Shepherd’s Hope, an outpatient health service for working poor.
Date:  July 21, 2017
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