Shahady Photo with Friends
Dr. Ed Shahady and Dr. Adam Goldstein

The 2019 Alumni & Friends weekend took place Friday, October 4th and Saturday, October 5th, 2019. The theme was “A Roadmap to Value Based Care,” and featured nationally renowned speakers, the 3rd annual John T. Henley Lecture with Dr. Terry “Lee” Mills, 8.25 hours of CME credit, and the announcement of the Edward J. Shahady Endowment in Family Medicine Resident Education. The endowment is at 70% of its goal; if you would like to be part of this special effort, contact Brad Wilson at Brad_Wilson@med.unc.edu or 984-974-4467. Learn more about the endowment here.

The camaraderie and conversations that arose from the weekend activities were quite inspirational. See below; we have just updated the website with slides from the CME sessions, pictures of the weekend and reception in honor of Dr. Shahady, as well as a video of the Henley Lecture.

The topics for the event were especially relevant to UNC Family Medicine alumni, family medicine physicians and primary care providers as well as managers involved in the transformation to value based care.

Take a look at photos from the 2019 Alumni Weekend Photos HERE!

Thanks to our event sponsors for supporting learners in primary care:
UNC Network Physician Recruitment and the John T. Henley Endowment
Email: physicianrecrutiment@unchealth.unc.edu

Friday, October 4Lecture groups talking
11:30 Registration & Lunch
12:00 John T. Henley Lecture On the Road to Value: Observations of a Traveler
          Terry “Lee” Mills MD, MMM, CPE, Medical Director for Primary Care at St. John Clinic in Tulsa, OK
Moderated by Margaret Helton, MD, Interim Chair of UNC Family Medicine
View slides HERE: 2019 Henley Lecture Mills – 1004 UNC Value Based Care
1:15   Break
1:30   So You Want to Go to Value Based Care Overnight?
          Tommy Koonce, MD, MPH, UNC Family Medicine
2:10   Behavioral Health – Carve Out, Carve Up or Integrate?
          Linda Myerholtz, PhD, UNC Family Medicine – View slides HERE: FRI – 2 Myerholtz Behavioral Health- Carve Out, Carve Up or
2:50   Break
3:05   Virtual Care: Business vs Primary Care Models
          Bob Gianforcaro, DO, Executive Director for Population Health & Virtual Care at UNC Health Care – View slides from the presentation HERE: FRI – 3 Gianforcaro Virtual Care-Business vs Primary Care Model 16-9_ 10.4.2019 (FINAL)
3:45   Alumni Presentations
          Rachel Hines, MD, MPH – DPC Model – View slides HERE: FRI – 4 Hines Avenu DPC Presentation 10.4
          Matt Oettinger, MD, MBA – Alternative Models – View slides HERE: FRI – 4 Oettinger Alternative Models – Oettinger
          Jeff Reznik, MD, FLAP – Adult Disability Medical Healthcare – View slides HERE: FRI – 4 Reznik ADMH for UNC
          To apply for a presentation contact reid_johnson@med.unc.edu

Reception Photo
Jeffrey Reznik, Mark Gwynne, Cammy Benton, & Jessica Burgert

6:00   Reception & Dinner
          Honoring Edward J. Shahady, MD, Chair Emeritus
          Meadowmont Courtyard & Grill at the Rizzo Center

Saturday, October 5
8:00   Breakfast with Physician Authors
9:00   Value Based Care for Learners
          Kelly Bossenbroek Fedoriw, MD, UNC Family Medicine – View slides HERE: SAT – 1 Bossenbroek Fedoriw HighValueCare Learners 10.5.19
9:40   Measuring and Incentivizing Quality
          Dana Neutze, MD, PhD, UNC Family Medicine – View slides HERE: SAT – 2 Neutze Measuring and incentivizing quality
10:20 Break
10:35 Ethics in Value Based Care
          Peter Ubel, MD, Professor of Business, Public Policy and Medicine at Duke University – View slides HERE: SAT – 3 Ubel Values and Value based payment
11:15 Featured Speaker
          How the Accountable Care Organization is Shaping How We View Value Based Care
          Mark Gwynne, DO, President, UNC Health Alliance and UNC Senior Alliance – View slides HERE: SAT – 4 Gwynne UNC FM Reunion 10_2019
12:00 Concluding Remarks/Adjourn
          Boxed Lunch Available