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AMERICAN COLLEGE

OF CHEST PHYSICIANS


“Improving Patient Care Through Education”

2012
-
2013 ACCP Leadership Orientation

ACCP Overview


The ACCP was founded in 1935 by Murray
Kornfeld
, with the original focus
of treating and preventing tuberculosis.


Now, the world’s largest
clinical

pulmonary, critical care, sleep medicine
society.


The CHEST Foundation, philanthropic arm of the ACCP, was established in
1996.


ACCP
e
-
Community
rolled out in 2012 to all NetWork members.


ACCP apps available include the
CHEST

j
ournal
, ACCP
Bronch
+, ACCP

3
-
D Bronchial Tree,
Radiology, ACCP
-
SEEK, and ACCP
-
SEEK with CME
.


Monthly electronic ACCP
Leadership Update
sent from President and
EVP/CEO to all members of ACCP leadership.


Weekly
e
-
newsletter,
ACCP NewsBrief
, sent to all members.


Website
-

www.chestnet.org
.



ACCP Vision


As the global leader in providing
education in cardiopulmonary, critical
care, and sleep medicine, the ACCP
will promote diversity to optimize
health, advance patient care, and
support research while fostering
health equity.

ACCP Mission


To promote the prevention, diagnosis,
and treatment of chest diseases
through education, communication,
and research.

ACCP Strategic Plan/Goals

ACCP Strategic Plan

Goals for 2012
-
2013:

1.
Deliver a diversified and innovative portfolio of education programs to
advance the three pillars of our mission: cardiopulmonary, critical care,
and sleep medicine.

2.
Grow the ACCP community (members, partners,
nonphysicians
, and
customers) to advance our mission and foster health equality.

3.
Increase public/patient awareness of the ACCP and cardiopulmonary
disease.

4.
Implement a new technology infrastructure for the College.

5.
Ensure that the ACCP structure (leadership and organization) is
strategically aligned and properly prepared across the College to
advance College priorities.

6.
Maintain a strong and diverse financial base.

7.
Fund, design, and build a new ACCP headquarters.

ACCP Membership



Included in the 18,500+ active members are
representatives from the following disciplines and
clinical areas:



Physicians


Nurses


Physician Assistants


Pharmacologists


Respiratory Therapists


Physical Therapists


Occupational Therapists


Researchers


Patient Advocates


Practice Administrators



Anesthesiology


Cardiology


Cardiothoracic Surgery


Critical Care


Occupational Medicine


Pediatric Chest Medicine


Pulmonology


Sleep Medicine


Transplant


Many others!


Membership’s Employment Type


Employment Type

Government Hospital
Group Practice,
Subspecialty
In Training
Private Hospital
Solo Practice
Small Group Practice
Teaching/Academic
Other
16%

15%

16%

19%

10%

7
%

10%

7
%

ACCP Conflict of Interest Policy

The current Conflict of Interest (COI) Policy was
amended in August 2012, by the ACCP Board of
Regents. Its structure includes three levels for
leadership, with specific rules related to COI for each
level.


COI POLICY

Each year, members of leadership will be asked to
complete a new electronic COI form and may be
requested to update that form throughout the year if
representing the ACCP at external meetings, applying
for a guideline panel, etc.

ACCP Board of Regents 2012
-
2013


The
Board of Regents is the governing body of the ACCP. It is composed of the following members:



Darcy
Marciniuk
, MD, FCCP, President and Chair


Michael Baumann, MD, FCCP, President
-
Elect and Vice
-
Chair


Panagiotis Behrakis, MD, FCCP, Chair, Council of
Global
Governors


Clayton Cowl, MD, FCCP, Regent
-
at
-
Large


Edward Diamond, MD, FCCP, Joint Financial Oversight
Committee Chair


Richard Hamrick III, MD, FCCP, Regent
-
at
-
Large


Angeline Lazarus, MBBS, FCCP, Regent
-
at
-
Large


Burton
Lesnick
, MD, FCCP, Chair, Council of
NetWorks


Scott
Manaker
, MD, FCCP, Regent
-
at
-
Large


Francis
Podbielski
, MD, FCCP, Chair, Council of US &
Canadian Governors


Suhail

Raoof
, MBBS, FCCP, Immediate Past President


Curtis
Sessler
, MD, FCCP, Regent
-
at
-
Large


Gerard
Silvestri
, MD, FCCP, Regent
-
at
-
Large




John
Studdard
, MD, FCCP, The CHEST Foundation
President &
Trustee


President
-
Designate (to be determined at CHEST
2012)

NOTE
:
There are 3 open Regent
-
at
-
Large Positions
on the Board to be filled at CHEST 2012

Ex
Officio
Members


Paul
Markowski
, CAE, EVP & CEO, Secretary


Alan Fein, MD, FCCP, Vice
-
Chair, Council of US &
Canadian Governors


Thomas
Fuhrman, MD, FCCP, Vice
-
Chair, Council
of
NetWorks


Richard Irwin, MD, Master FCCP, Editor in Chief,
CHEST

Journal


Paraschiva

Postolache
, MD, FCCP,
Vice
-
Chair
,
Council
Global Governors


.


ACCP Staff Organizational Chart

Board of Regents

EVP Office

Paul
Markowski
, EVP &
CEO

Business &
Development

Megan
Shagrin
, Sr. Vice
President

Business
Development

Exhibits

Grant Writing

Royalties & Licensing

The CHEST Foundation

Marilyn
Lederer
,
Executive Director

Charitable Giving

Clinical Research

Tobacco Cessation &
Prevention

Pro Bono Service

Humanitarian Awards

OneBreath
®
Campaign

Clinical Education,
Informatics, and
Research

Ed
Dellert
, Sr. Vice
President

Accreditation

Guidelines Oversight

Global Education

Medical Education

NetWorks

Practice Management

Quality Improvement

Simulation

Chest Medicine
Affairs

Communications

Steve Welch, Sr. Vice
President

CHEST
Journal/
Publications

Editorial Resources

Marketing

Membership

MIS

Public Relations

Social Media

Finance

Stratton Davies, CFO &
Sr. Vice President

Accounting

Customer Relations

Budgets

Purchasing & Facility
Management

Governance &
Operations

Nancy
MacRae
, Sr. Vice
President

Board Relations &
Development

External Relations

Human Resources

Leadership
Development

Meetings

CHEST
Journal

Richard Irwin, MD,
Master FCCP

Editor in Chief

ACCP Committees/Councils/Task Forces


Bylaws (Nancy
MacRae
)


Chest Medicine Affairs (
Sharmi

Mahajan
)


CHEST Scientific Presentations and Awards
(Rachel
Gutterman
)


CHEST Scientific Program (Teresa Rodriguez)


Compensation (William
Rieser
)


Contractor Advisory Committee (Marla
Brichta
)


Council of Advisors (Jenny Nemkovich)


Council of US & Canadian Governors (Marla
Brichta
)


Council of Global Governors (Mark Rosen)


Council of
NetWorks

(Jennifer Pitts)


23 Individual
NetWorks

(Maggie
Bochnak

&
Beth Corey)


Diversity (Jenny Nemkovich)


Education (
Chad Jackson)




Ethics (Nancy
MacRae
)


Global
Education and Development (Mark
Rosen
)


Guidelines Oversight (
Sandra
Zelman Lewis
)


Industry Advisory Council (Jeanne
Schaschwary
)


Joint Financial Oversight (Stratton Davies &
Marilyn
Lederer
)


Leadership Development Task Force (Jenny
Nemkovich)


Membership (Suzanne
Sletto
)


Nominating (Nancy
MacRae
)


Practice
Management (Marla
Brichta
)


Quality Improvement (Jeff Maitland)


ACCP
-
SEEK
(John
Stangel
)


Strategic Work Action Team (Jenny Nemkovich)


Training
and Transitions (Rachel
Gutterman
)

ACCP Committee Organization

Board of Regents

Education Committee

CHEST Program
Committee

Scientific Presentation
and Awards

Guidelines Oversight
Committee

Training & Transitions

Diversity Committee

Ethics Committee

Joint Financial Oversight
Committee

Global Education &
Development
Committee

Council of Global
Governors

International Governors

Membership Committee

Practice Management

Council of US &
Canadian Governors

Governors

Executive Committee of
the Council of
NetWorks

Council of
NetWorks

NetWork

Steering
Committees

Quality Improvement

Chest Medicine Affairs

ACCP Leadership Organization

Nominating Committee

Board of Regents


Officers (4)


Regents
-
at
-
Large (9)


Chairs of Council of
NetWorks
, Council of
US & Canadian Governors, Council
of Global
Governors


Ex Officio Members (5)

SWAT and Council of Advisors

ACCP Committees

NetWorks
/Governors

CHEST
Journal

ACCP Members

ACCP
NetWorks


NetWorks are special interest groups within the ACCP that focus on
particular areas of chest medicine, help members form alliances with
professionals who have similar interests, plan educational sessions, take on
leadership roles, participate in the development of policies, opinions, and
position statements affecting chest medicine, and much more!


Airways Disorders


Allied Health


Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery


Chest Infections


Clinical Pulmonary Medicine


Clinical Research


Critical Care


Cultural Diversity in Medicine


Disaster Response


Home Care


Interstitial and Diffuse Lung Disease


Interventional Chest/Diagnostic
Procedures


Occupational and Environmental
Health


Palliative and End
-
of
-
Life Care


Pediatric Chest Medicine


Practice Operations


Pulmonary Physiology, Function,
and Rehabilitation


Pulmonary Vascular Disease


Respiratory Care


Sleep Medicine


Thoracic Oncology


Transplant


Women’s Health


ACCP Education Curriculum

Established by the Education Committee, the curriculum is the list of topics
used to classify all educational sessions and products of the ACCP.



Allergy & Airway


Biotechnology


Cardiothoracic Surgery


Cardiovascular Disease


Chest Infections


Critical Care


Cultural Diversity


Diffuse Lung Disease


Disaster Medicine


Disorders of the
Mediastinum


Disorders of the Pleura


Education, Research, and Quality
Improvement


Genetic and Developmental Disorders


Imaging


Lung Cancer


Lung Pathology





Obstructive Lung Diseases


Occupational and Environmental Lung
Diseases


Palliative Care and End
-
of
-
Life/Ethics


Pediatrics


Pharmacotherapeutics


Practice Management and
Administration


Pulmonary Manifestations of Systemic
Disease


Pulmonary Physiology


Pulmonary Procedures


Pulmonary Rehabilitation


Pulmonary Vascular Disease


Respiratory Care


Signs and Symptoms of Chest
Diseases


Sleep Disorders


Tobacco Cessation and Prevention


Transplantation



ACCP Education Offerings




Live Educational Events
(including Board Review Courses, CHEST,
and Simulation programs)


ACCP Advanced Clinical Training Certificate Programs

(Bronchoscopy, Ultrasound, Mechanical Ventilation, & Airways)


Online Education
(including PCCSU and CAE
Pulm
/Critical Care
Ultrasonography)


Patient Education Guides

(such as
Traveling With Oxygen
, the
Patient Education Guides on Cough
, and many more)


ACCP
-
SEEK
(print and app versions)

See them all at
www.chestnet.org/accp/education

Implementation of a new Learning Management System (LMS)
-

A
n online system that delivers Web
-
based learning and supplements live
courses with online resources, pre/posttesting, and real
-
time assessment.

Publications

CHEST


CHEST
publishes up
-
to
-
date, cutting
-
edge research in
pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.



Ranked fourth in

impact
f
actor
among all respiratory
systems and critical care
journals.


New enhanced website,
journal.publications.chestnet.org
,
features better content display, increased search functions,
and easier access to ACCP

evidence
-
based
g
uidelines
and

consensus
s
tatements
.


Available in mobile format on all smartphones, as well as an
app for
iOS

devices including the
iPad®,
iPhone
®,
and
iPod

touch®.


Monthly podcast can be played from mobile devices and
from the new journal
home page.


All content is free to the public 12 months after publication,
including the entire
CHEST
archive back to
1935.



CHEST Physician


ACCP monthly news publication
provides relevant clinical
information and latest news in chest
medicine specialties in print and
online at
www.chestnet.org/accp/chest
-
physician.


• Pulmonary Perspective
articles



Critical Care Commentaries



Sleep Strategies Section

• Dedicated section for
“College


News”



The CHEST Foundation

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®
: Make The Most Of It: An Initiative of The
CHEST Foundation


The goal of OneBreath is to improve lung and heart health by
providing valuable prevention resources, raising public awareness, and
encouraging healthy behaviors.



Encompasses three pillars of the Foundation: Education, Care, and
Community



Reflects breadth of Foundation resources, including tobacco
prevention/cessation, nine prevention areas, clinical and humanitarian
awards, and end
-
of
-
life, and critical care



Get involved by joining OneBreath today at
OneBreath.org
, and start
accessing resources for you, your patients, and your community.


Thank you!


Please e
-
mail your staff liaison to let him or her know you
have viewed this orientation presentation.


Mark your calendar!

CHEST 2012: October 20

25, 2012, Atlanta, Georgia

CHEST 2013: October 26
-
31, 2013, Chicago,
Ilinois

CHEST World Congress 2014: March 21
-
24, 2014, Madrid, Spain