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EDUCATION: BA, U of Texas Austin 1976, M.D., U
Texas Southwestern Medical School 1980POST DOCTORAL TRAINING: Internal Medicine
Residency U T Health Science Center San Antonio 1980-1983PRESENT POSITION: Staff Physician and Medicaid
Medical Officer Wyoming Dept. of HealthACP ACTIVITIES: Member ACP- 1984 to Present,
Elected Fellow ACP 1988, President Colorado Society of Internal
Medicine 1990-1992, Governors Council ACP (CO Chapter) 1995-2007,
Vice Governor ACP (CO Chapter) 2000-2007HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE: (All Hospital
committees' at Poudre Valley Hospital) Chairman, Pharmacy Committee
1984-1988, Chairman Infection Control Committee 1984-1985, Chairman
Dept of Internal Medicine 1988-1989, Hospital Executive Committee
1986-1990 Vice Chief of Staff 1990, Chief of Staff 1991-2, Chairman
of Hospice of Larimer County 1984-5AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST/EXPERTISE:
Currently I am helping to develop and implement Statewide HIE, and
Meaningful Use, as well as the Medical Home model for Wyoming
Having been with the ACP since my Internship in San Antonio in
1980, I know what an honor it is to have been asked to run, and
what a responsibility and commitment it is if elected. The
environment in which we practice is changing with the passage of
Health Care reform, and CMS's requirements for physicians to move
into Health Information Exchanges. I know there are a variety of
opinions within the State regarding these new laws, and while we
cannot know if these acts will be modified or repealed in the
future, we need to bring the experience of Internists towards
setting policies that help reflect the realities of practice in a
frontier State. I feel my experiences in solo practice for 25
years, hospital staff work, organized medicine, teaching and now
helping develop State policy will enable me to represent the broad
diversity of Internists in Wyoming.