faculty practice plan


Also found in: Acronyms.

faculty practice plan

Academia An organized group of physicians and other health care professionals that treat Pts referred to an academic medical center
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Expenses continue to be pressured by heightened clinical labor costs, higher professional liability costs, increased supplies and pharmaceutical expenses, more labor costs from higher acuity cases, and faculty practice plan support.
Because these changes in the external and internal environments demanded a creative response, the college faculty revisited the idea of developing a formal faculty practice plan.
* Develop a primary care base beyond the confines of the traditional faculty practice plan.
These networks can be linked to the AHC in a number of ways: within the medical school department (e.g., University of Chicago, Emory); as a separate entity within the faculty practice plan (e.g., University of Alabama at Birmingham); as a separate entity within the medical school (e.g., University of California at San Francisco, Washington University); as a separate entity under the hospital (e.g., Stanford University, University of Minnesota); and as a separate entity within an integrated delivery system (e.g., University of Massachusetts, University of Arizona).
In one promotion, his predecessor had implemented a highly controversial faculty practice plan. "It was fought bitterly, and vestiges of the bitterness remained when I moved up.
Description: SUNY Upstate Medical University intends to contract with Faculty Practice Plans ofSUNY Upstate Medical University for health related services, such as: medicaldirection, on-call services, provider-based services, physician recruitments,physician services, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, staff andmid-levels in accordance with SUNY Policy 4300.
She has had ample experience advising on accountable care organization, population health, health information technology, faculty practice plans, telemedicine, physician practice acquisitions, graduate medical education programs, managed care matters, physician employment and integration, and more.
Through interviews with key players involved in the decisions at George Washington University and Georgetown University, the author examines the advantages and disadvantages of selling and describes the problems that can afflict medical schools that separate from their faculty practice plans. For the current leaders of medical schools facing similar financial challenges, the author analyzes how much it costs to teach clinical medicine and offers advice on how to reduce expenses.
It provides useful models and methods for advancing academic nursing practice, including the unification model, faculty practice plans, nurse-managed centers, joint appointments, clinical appointments.
The industry consolidation continues as HBO & Company (HBOC), Atlanta, signed a letter of intent in early May to acquire CyCare Systems, Inc., Scottsdale, Ariz., a provider of management information systems and electronic data interchange (EDI) services for medical group practices, faculty practice plans and medical enterprises.
Sarraille's clients have included pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, device and equipment manufacturers, diagnostics manufacturers, academic medical centers, hospitals, health systems, faculty practice plans, durable medical equipment suppliers, healthcare consulting firms, ambulatory surgical centers, physician practice management companies, managed service organizations, managed care organizations, large physician group practices, imaging centers, financial institutions, contract research organizations, and a number of leading healthcare trade associations and professional societies.
Their business skills can be developed through faculty practice plans and ACPE, etc.

Full browser ?