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Christina Reimer, MD, FACP, ACP Governor
First of all, I want to wish all of my fellow internists a
healthy and productive start to 2016! Time flies, we must be having
I am happy to announce that you have chosen Dr. Andy
Fine to serve as the next ACP Colorado Governor. Dr. Fine
is a well-known dedicated general internist who practices in
Denver, and he will be a great leader for us. Here is his bio in
case you haven't met him. He will begin his Governor-Elect year in
April and will take over as the chapter leader next year. Please
congratulate Andy in his new role.
As we transition leadership in the College, I would like to take
this opportunity to invite you to re-evaluate your involvement.
Working on an ACP committee is an enjoyable way to network with
colleagues in the state and impact the "big picture" on behalf of
your patients and peers. The Health and Public Policy Committee
works on advocacy efforts, and they would love your participation
especially as the state legislative season heats up. The Membership
Committee would be happy to have you participate in projects aimed
at meeting the needs of our peers. The Council for Early Career
Physicians is working on several fun new projects for those who
have recently finished training. The Scientific Planning Committee
will soon be gearing up to plan next year's meeting at the
Broadmoor. Please email me if I can connect you with any of those
groups, or if you have other interests.
There are so many opportunities upcoming for education and
Looking forward to seeing many of you in Colorado Springs!
Beginning August 3, 2015, ACP members will have free access to
Plus™, a new evidence-based point-of-care clinical
reference tool that provides answers to clinical questions quickly
Today, clinical educators are expected to practice and
demonstrate high-value care while simultaneously training future
physicians to do so. However, many educators lack the knowledge and
experience required to mentor trainees in this new skill.
ACP will host an opportunity to gain new strategies to teach,
implement, and supervise value-based quality improvement activities
in a rigorous way. Participants will be able to earn CME
This course is designed for internal medicine educators at any
level with an interest in high-value care and quality improvement.
Institutions are encouraged to send more than one individual to
this program to gain maximal benefit for curriculum planning and so
that teams can return to their institution ready to engage in this
work together. Individuals who should attend include, but are not
limited to, educational administrators (program director, associate
program director, clerkship director, fellowship director), faculty
with an interest in HVC and/or QI, and hospital quality leaders
(e.g., CMO, CQO). Residents, chief residents, and nonphysician
health care providers are also invited to attend as part of a
Please share this with your colleagues and consider attending
this uniquely educational high-value care opportunity.
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
190 N. Independence Mall West
Philadelphia, PA 19106
This event is presented in partnership between the American
College of Physicians and the Alliance for Academic Internal
ACP developed online training modules, with Pri-Med, to educate
clinicians about best practices when prescribing opioids to
patients and to help prescribers manage risk for abuse and
inappropriate use. With approximately 100 million adults in the
U.S. suffering from chronic pain, the nonmedical use of
prescription opioids has become a public health issue, and prompted
the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to establish the Risk
Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) mandate. A total of 26
Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Education
providers, including ACP, have created educational initiatives to
help prescribers ensures that the benefits of a drug outweigh the
risks for patients receiving extended release and long acting
The REMS training modules provide comprehensive educational
information for primary care clinicians, and can be completed for
CME credit. Access the online modules for additional
video from Steven Weinberger, MD, FACP,
Executive Vice President and CEO of ACP, highlights the
initiative's goal of reducing misuse, abuse and overdose deaths
associated with prescription opioids.
When evaluating patients with suspected acute pulmonary embolism
(PE), physicians should stratify patients into groups for whom
different diagnostic strategies are appropriate, the American
College of Physicians (ACP) advises in a new clinical
guidelines paper published in the Annals of Internal