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April 11-13, 2019
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Byron Jay Hoffman, Jr., MD, MBA, FACP, ACP Governor
I am pleased to share with you the latest edition of our NC, ACP
Governor's Newsletter. This newsletter reports on NC,ACP
happenings, updated information about the ongoing Medicaid reform
discussions in Raleigh, as well as news information related to
several payer issues. It also includes photos from our recent
NC,ACP Annual Scientific Session.
You can download the newsletter here.
One of the great honors of being Governor is presiding over the
awards presentations. I am awestruck by the personal commitments of
so many that contribute to the strength of our North Carolina
internal medicine community. I am proud to work alongside our
esteemed colleagues who were recognized at the Awards Banquet held
in conjunction with the meeting:
We truly are a "community" of dedicated physicians, working
together to ensure the health of all North Carolinians. To that
end, I ask that you please join me in taking action on an important
legislative alert. Your help is needed to inform North Carolina
legislators of the harm that a 3% retroactive Medicaid payment cut
will have on our practices and patients. Please take action today
and share this
alert with your colleagues.
Finally, the Center for Personalized Education for Physicians
(CPEP) has an immediate need for physician consultants in North
Carolina. Consulting physicians conduct structured clinical
interviews with re-entry physicians in order to gain insight into
their experiences, thought processes and clinical judgment. This
opportunity comes with a stipend. To learn more, visit
Byron J. Hoffman, Jr., MD, FACP
Governor, NC Chapter of the American College of Physicians