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Joyce E. WIpf, MD
2001 6th Ave Ste 2700
Seattle, WA 98121
By Joyce E. Wipf MD, FACP - WA-ACP Governor
Sixty days into my term! Our recent chapter and national events have convinced me more than ever that what ACP does matters, both at the chapter and national level. DC Leadership Days are eloquently described by Mark Beiter in the newsletter. The energy, passion and innate leadership talents of our cadre of residents and students show that our future will be in great hands!
Why do professional organizations matter? I've been reflecting on why it was so invigorating to "have a voice" and go on Capitol Hill as representatives of ACP. Two weeks later it seemed like my thoughts were in print, reading JAMA Viewpoint by Leah Marcotte, MD, and colleagues who describe the importance of professional organizations supporting physicians to improve health care value. This was work borne after participation by Leah in a 2013 ABIM Foundation Forum, and she now is completing her second year in the UW Medicine Residency Primary Care Track and VA Center of Excellence/ Medical Home pathway. Read this when you can! (JAMA June 5, 2014 on-line).
At the Orlando national meeting, our chapter was thrilled to receive the John Tooker Evergreen Award for innovative Women in Medicine activities. The Board of Governors' discussions and resolutions covered many issues, including members' concerns about MOC. This is moving forward with ACP Regents and Executive Council in discussions with ABIM.
Our Council Strategic Planning Day was busy, productive and fun, and a special opportunity to look forward with the ever-changing landscape of health care, education and members' needs. I appreciated participants' thoughtful analysis of our chapter data and members survey (thanks to so many of you who completed it!); and reflections from committee chairs on accomplishments, challenges and goals for new directions (click here for committee summaries).
Results of Strategic Planning:
I look forward to continuing to work with you in our exceptional chapter! Thanks for all you do.
by Carrie Horwitch MD FACP, Past Governor
The Washington State Chapter of ACP received a John Tooker Evergreen Award at the National ACP meeting in Orlando, FL in April 2014.
Pictured: Kemi Nakabayashi MD, FACP, Carrie Horwitch MD FACP
The award recognized the Washington chapter Women in Medicine activities including Dim Sum Around the Sound.
The John Tooker Evergreen Awards Program provides recognition and visibility to chapters that have successfully implemented programs to increase membership, improve communication, increase member involvement, enhance diversity, foster careers in internal medicine and improve management of the chapter.