November 08, 2009 | | Comments 26
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GMSI Live: Photo spotlight on hospitalist track

The attendees of The Greeley Medical Staff Institute (GMSI) Symposium have the option to switch between the four tracks of:

  • Physician-hospital alignment
  • Peer review and physician performance
  • Health Law, bylaws, and regulatory issues
  • Hospitalist program management

Here are some of the photos that highlight our great hospitalist speakers from today’s sessions:

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Martin B. Buser, MPH, FACHE, partner of Hospitalist Management Resources, LLC, talks on the specialty "ist" movement. (HospitalistLeadership.com Photo / Karen M. Cheung)

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Roger Heroux, MHA, PhD, FACHE, partner of Hospitalist Leadership Resources, LLC, talkes about designing a "fourth-generation program." (HospitalistLeadership.com Photo / Karen M. Cheung)

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Hussein Akl, MD, director of inpatient and regional medicine at Bronson Methodist Hospital, explains strategies for aligning incentatives. (HospitalistLeadership.com Photo / Karen M. Cheung

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Robert J. Holloway, MD, FACP, FHM, CEO and CMO at InCompass Health, names various hospitalist ROI strategies to maximize value of the program. (HospitalistLeadership.com Photo / Karen M. Cheung)

Rest up tonight, and check back tomorrow for the final day of GMSI.

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Error: Unable to create directory uploads/2017/09. Is its parent directory writable by the server? About the Author: Karen M. Cheung is the associate editor for HCPro, Inc., the healthcare compliance publisher, delivering news and information to the medical staff market with products such as books, e-newsletters, seminars, and broadcast events. Before arriving at HCPro, Karen served as the news editor for Reviewed.com (including DigitalCameraInfo.com and lead blogger for CamcorderInfo.com), providing unbiased tech reviews for the WashingtonPost.com. Having trained with The Washington Post photo department and earning a B.S. in Journalism from Boston University, Karen has experience with news and commercial photography. During her time in D.C., she covered Capitol Hill and the White House for daily New England newspapers.