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Understanding MOC Requirements
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Access helpful forms developed by a variety of sources for patient charts, logs, information sheets, office signs, and use by practice administration.
ACP advocates on behalf on internists and their patients on a number of timely issues. Learn about where ACP stands on the following areas:
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The American College of Physicians is concerned about the health of internists and internal medicine.
The Physician Well-being and Professional Satisfaction initiative is designed to foster a culture of wellness, reduce administrative burdens on physicians, improve practice efficiency and enhance individual physician well-being. The initiative is being led by the Physician Well-being and Professional Satisfaction Task Force and includes tools and programs for individual members, their practices, and ACP Chapters, all focused on helping you and your patients thrive.
ACP's strategy to address this complex issue is multi-faceted.
ACP Statement of Commitment
The American College of Physicians articulates its strong commitment to physician well-being and professional satisfaction and its focus on both the practice setting and the individual.
Message from ACP Leadership
ACP's Board of Regents Chair Susan Thompson Hingle, MD, MACP, details our organizational approach to this important issue in this column published in ACP Internist.
Advocating for System Change
ACP has long advocated for systems changes to reduce administrative complexities affecting internists. Our Patients Before Paperwork initiative seeks to reinvigorate the patient-physician relationship. ACP's goal is to simplify reduce unessential tasks that detract from patient care and contribute to physician burnout.
A key component of ACP's initiative is a trained team of Well-being Champions dedicated to fostering communities of wellness in their ACP chapters and local practices and health organizations.
ACP Leadership Academy invites you to register for a free webinar, “It’s a Good Day to Try: Integrating Work and Life for a Better You!,” on Wednesday, August 22, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. ET.
Join Richard M. Wardrop III, MD, PhD, FAAP, FACP, as he discusses the importance of integrating work and life, along with strategies for finding a successful balance between the two. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Dr. Wardrop serves as a Well-being Champion and is a member of the ACP Well-being and Professional Satisfaction Task Force. He is Chair-elect Designee of the Council of Early Career Physicians and Governor-elect of the ACP North Carolina Chapter.
You are not alone. Use these resources to seek help or to improve your individual well-being.
Emergency Numbers and Recommendations
If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, or if you are working through the loss of a loved one or colleague, please make use of the following resources on physician suicide and depression. For emergency care, call 911.
Building Your Resilient Self
This free webinar led by Gail Gazelle, MD, FACP, FAAHPM, executive coach for physicians and physician leaders, teaches how to build resilience in your life and in your practice.
Talk with Your Colleagues
Use our ACP member forum to discuss issues related to physician well-being and professional satisfaction, and to share experiences and resources.
Collection of Recommended Tools
Use this collection of Podcasts, TED Talks, blogs, apps, and more to take a deeper dive into improving your personal well-being and professional satisfaction.
ACP is committed to providing members with high quality information, resources, tools, and support to help your practices thrive in the growing value-based payment environment.
Elevator Speech for Approaching Organizational Leadership
Use this printable resource as a guide to initiate a conversation about physician well-being and burnout with organizational executives.
Making the Case to Address Clinician Burnout
This free Practice Advisor module will guide you through how to initiate and facilitate a constructive meeting with institutional leadership about addressing clinician burnout/well-being.
Top 10 Culture Change Interventions
The top 10 interventions you and your colleagues can use in your practice to reduce burnout and promote a culture of well-being.
Table of Interventions
This table provides organizational-level interventions to improve physician well-being. Interventions are classified as addressing either culture of wellness or efficiency of practice, and are further categorized by practice type, resource needs to implement, and time frame to implement.
These resources offer additional strategies to prevent burnout and promote well-being at the practice level.
Physician Wellness: Time to Take Care of Our Own
This webinar, originally presented at ACP’s Internal Medicine 2017 meeting by Richard M. Wardrop MD, FACP, PhD, FAAP; Eileen Barrett MD, FACP, MPH; and Lisa L. Ellis MD, FACP, explores how health organizations can assess and respond to physician burnout.
How to Create a Clinician Wellness Committee
Creating a wellness committee is a concrete first step an organization can take to foster a culture of clinician wellness. Here's advice for getting one started at your organization.
Research and background details informing ACP's efforts on your behalf.
ACP works with other organizations to help identify mutually beneficial solutions.