CMA Leadership Academy to focus on future of independent practice

March 25, 2013
Area(s) of Interest: Physician Leadership Professional Development & Education 

The California Medical Association (CMA) will discuss the future of independent medical practice at the 16th Annual California Health Care Leadership Academy, which will be held in Las Vegas at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino May 31-June 2.

The program, entitled “Increasing the Odds of Success,” will feature health futurist Jeff Goldsmith, Ph.D., who will speak about the pressures that independent medical practices face as hospital and health plans acquire physician practices at an accelerated pace in the wake of federal health system reform. Also offered will be practice management workshops designed to assist independent practices navigate health reform.

The complete agenda for the conference will be published within the next week. Conference brochures will also be mailed to all CMA members.

Registration opens on March 28 and can be completed online at www.caleadershipacademy.com or by calling (800) 795-2262. Room reservations at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino can be made through the link on the academy website or by calling (866) 317-1829 (mention the Leadership Academy to receive the discounted group rate).

Contact: CMA Leadership Academy hotline, (800) 795-2262 or memberservice@cmadocs.org.


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