The Governance Committee of the American College of Physicians places in nomination the following candidates:
David A. Fleming, MD, MA, FACP, Columbia, Mo.
Medical school: University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Mo.
Residency: University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Mo.
Certifications: Internal medicine, 1980; geriatric medicine, 1992.
Present positions: Professor of Medicine and Chairman, Department of Internal Medicine; Director, MU Center for Health Ethics; University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Mo.
ACP activities: Chair-elect, Board of Governors, 2010-2011; Chair, Board of Governors, 2011-2012; Board of Regents, 2010-2014; Executive Committee, Board of Governors, 2009-2012; Governance Policy Committee, 2010-2011; Finance Committee, 2010-2012 (Vice Chair, 2010-2011); Evergreen Award for member outreach as Governor of the Missouri Chapter, 2009 ; Evergreen Award for innovative student involvement activities as Governor of the Missouri Chapter, 2008; Health and Public Policy Committee, 2007-2010 (Vice Chair, 2008-2010); Ethics and Human Rights Committee, 1998-2003 and 2012-2013 (Chair); Foundation Program Development Committee and Grants Subcommittee, 2001-2002; Foundation Programs Committee, 2002-2006; Fellow of the American College of Physicians, 1986; Chapter Excellence Awards, 2008-2011; Missouri Chapter Laureate Award Winner, 2011.
Robert A. Gluckman, MD, FACP, Beaverton, Ore.
Medical school: Pritzker Medical School, University of Chicago.
Residency: Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago.
Certification: 1985 (internal medicine).
Present position: Chief Medical Officer, Providence Health Plans.
ACP activities: Board of Regents, 2009-present; ACP Services, Inc. (Treasurer, 2010-2012; President, 2012-); Medical Practice and Quality Committee, 2010-present (Chair, 2012-); Governance Committee, 2010-2012; Performance Measurement Committee, 2011-present; Member Insurance Committee, 2011-present; Board of Directors, ACP Services PAC, 2005-2010 (Vice Chair, 2010; Chair, 2012-); Awards Committee, 2008-2010; Health and Public Policy Committee, 2006-2010; Executive Committee, Board of Governors, 2007-2009; Board of Governors, 2005-2009; Volunteerism Subcommittee, 2005-2006; Managed Care Subcommittee, 2000-2001; National ACP Services Political Action Committee Distinguished Service Award, 2010; Oregon Chapter Co-recipient, Community Service Award, 2006; H. P. Lewis Distinguished Service Award, 1999.
Incumbent Regent nominees
The incumbents, listed in alphabetical order, nominated for a second term of two years to expire in 2015, are:
Nitin S. Damle, MD, MS, FACP, Wakefield, R.I.
Medical school: Wayne State University, Detroit.
Residency: Brown University Affiliated Hospitals, Providence, R.I.
ACP Fellowship: April 1993.
Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1988.
Present position: Senior partner/internist at South County Internal Medicine Inc.
Current patient care activities: General internal medicine, 80%; administration, 10%; research and teaching, 10%.
ACP activities: Board of Regents, 2011-2015; Board of Trustees, ACP Foundation, 2011-2012; Executive Council Member, 2005-2007; Governor, Rhode Island Chapter, 2007-2011; Vice Chair, Publications Committee, April 2008-2009; Vice Chair, Education, Quality and Publications Policy Committee, April 2009-present; Ethics and Human Rights Committee, April 2011-present; Medical Quality and Practice Committee, 2012-present; Resolutions Task Force, June 2009; Resolutions Review Committee, April 2010; Resolutions Review Committee Chairman, 2010-2011; ACP Chapter Excellence Award, 2007-2009; The Patient Centered Medical Home Summit Evergreen Award Presenter/Moderator/Organizer, November 2009; The Patient Centered Medical Home—The Rhode Island Experience Board of Governors Meeting, September 2008; Search Committee for Senior Vice President of Medical Education and Publishing, August 2010.
Service to other organizations: Immediate Past President, Rhode Island Medical Society; Board of Directors, Quality Institute of Rhode Island, 2005-present; Vice President, Rhode Island Medical Society, 2009-2010; President-elect, Rhode Island Medical Society, 2010-2011; South County Hospital Board of Trustees, 2001-present; South County Hospital Finance Committee, 2008-2010.
Other appointments/activities: Governance Committee, South County Hospital Board of Trustees, 2007-present; Professional Liability Physician Review Committee, Rhode Island Medical Society, 2009-present; Consultant, Internal Medicine, University of Rhode Island Health Services, 1989-present; Juror, Certification Commission for Health Information Technology, 2006-present; Physician Consultant, E-Health Initiative, 2006; Co-investigator, Diagnosis and Pathogenesis of Lyme Disease Partners/Massachusetts General Hospital, 2005-present; Health Columnist, Independent Newspapers, 2001-present; Consultant, Maximus Center for Health Dispute Resolution, 2001-present; Consultant, Gerson Lehrman Investment Group, 2006-present.
Areas of expertise: Publications, payment reform/ACO/shared savings/fee-for-service/PCMH, quality/cost/performance measures, practice management, health information technology (EMR and HIE), health and public policy, budget/finance, national health reform, communications/marketing.
Kelley M. Skeff, MD, PhD, MACP, Stanford, Calif.
Medical school: University of Colorado, 1970.
Internship: Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, Calif.; Junior Resident, University of Colorado Medical School, Denver.
Residency and fellowship: Senior Resident, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif.
Fellowship in General Internal Medicine, Stanford, Calif.
ACP Mastership: 2004.
Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1976.
Present position: George DeForest Barnett Professor of Medicine, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Medicine, Stanford University; Co-director, Stanford Faculty Development Center.
Current patient care activities: Patient care, 10%; administration, 30%; teaching, 30%; research, 30%.
ACP activities: American College of Physicians-Federated Council of Internal Medicine's Curriculum Project, 1994; Search Committee for ACP's Senior Vice President for Education, 1995; Advisory Group Member, American College of Physicians, Community-Based Teaching Project, 1995; Program Director, ACP Northern California Annual Regional Meeting, 1999; Regional Program Directors Task Force for ACP Regional Meeting, 2009; ACP Northern California Chief Resident Teaching Improvement Seminars, 2009-2010; Regent, 2011-2013; Education and Publication Committee, 2011-2013; Governance Committee, 2012.
Service to other organizations: National Board of Medical Examiners Test Committee, Part III, 1987-1988; National Council Member, Society of General Internal Medicine, 1991-1994; American Board of Internal Medicine Committee on the Marginal Resident, 1998-2000; Veterans Administration Advisory Group, Robert Wood Johnson Initiative in End-of Life Care Education, 1998-1999; National Board of Medical Examiners Committee on Evaluation of Professionalism, 2005-2007; Planning Committee for AAMC: New Horizons Project, 2010; AAMC Advisory Board, Faculty Development for Quality Improvement, 2011-2012.
Areas of expertise: Graduate medical education, teaching improvement in medical education.
Thomas G. Tape, MD, FACP, Omaha, Neb.
Medical school: Washington University Medical School, 1981.
Residency: Internal Medicine, Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, 1981-1984.
Fellowship: General Internal Medicine, Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, 1984-1986.
Certification: Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners, 1982; Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine, 1986.
Present position: Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine; Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center.
ACP activities: Governor-elect, Nebraska Chapter, 2007-2008; Governor, Nebraska Chapter, 2008-2012; Medical Service Committee, Vice Chair, 2009-2011; Financial Policy and Audit Committee, 2011-2013 (Vice Chair 2011-2012); Governance Policy Committee, 2011-2012; Chair-elect, Board of Governors, 2011-2012; Chair, Board of Governors, 2012-2013; Executive Committee, Board of Governors, 2011-2013; Executive Committee, Board of Regents, 2011-2013.
Service to other organizations: Society for General Internal Medicine, 1985-present; Society for Medical Decision Making, 1994-present; American Medical Informatics Association, 1992-2010; American Federation for Medical Research, 1984-1998; Brunswik Society, 1989-present; Society for Judgment and Decision Making, 1989-present; Alpha Omega Alpha, 1981-present; Douglas County Tobacco Task Force, late 1980s; Reviewer for ARCS Endowment Fellowship Program, 2000; Nebraska Biomedical Informatics Project, 2003-2004; NEHII Implementation Committee, 2009-2010.
Governor Slate (two to be elected)
Mark A. Levine, MD, FACP, Shelburne, Vt.
Ana Maria Lopez, MD, MPH, FACP, Tucson, Ariz.
Robert M. McLean, MD, FACP, New Haven, Conn.
Richard J. Simons, MD, MACP, Hanover, N.H.
Non-Governor Slate (one to be elected)
Omar T. Atiq, MD, FACP, Pine Bluff, Ariz.
David B. Duggan, MD, MACP, Syracuse, N.Y.
Jack Ende, MD, MACP, Philadelphia
The College would like to thank Kesavan Kutty, MD, MACP, FCCP, FRCP(L), Regent, and Dennis R. Schaberg, MD, MACP, Treasurer, whose terms will expire, for their service and dedication.
2013-2014 Board of Regents Chair-elect and Chair
At their November meeting, the Board of Regents will elect the 2013-2014 Chair-elect of the Board of Regents. Charles Cutler, MD, FACP, Chair-elect of the Board of Regents, and Molly Cooke, MD, FACP, President-elect, will assume office as Chair of the Board of Regents and President, respectively, at the conclusion of the Annual Business Meeting at Internal Medicine 2013 in San Francisco.
BOG Chair-elect designee election results
The Governors' Subcommittee on Nominations is pleased to announce that Darilyn V. Moyer, MD, FACP has been elected the Chair-elect Designee for the Board of Governors. She will officially take office as Chair-elect in April 2013. Dr. Moyer will become Chair at the close of the Annual Business Meeting in April 2014 and serve in that capacity for one year.