Understanding the business models hospitals and practices follow can be essential to approaching employment and contracts. This session will review how revenue drivers and daily practice co-exsist.
Ginger Biesbrock, DSc, PA-C, FACC
Executive Vice President Care Transformation
Planning for the Future: Taxes, Retirement, and Investing The financial and tax advisors to the FL Chapter ACC will look at the best ways to protect and save your financial future. Topics to be covered involved volatile markets, estate plans, and long-term investments.
Sam Paglioni, CIMA and Tom Folgia, CPA/PFS
JFS Wealth Advisors
FIT Case Competition Finalists' Presentations
What I wish they told me in Fellowship:
Lessons from Leadership
Take-aways include what not to do your first day as an attending, what to spend time on and how it all really works.
Edward Chu, MD
Litsa K. Lambrakos, MD, FACC
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Assistant Professor University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Miami, FL
Break with Exhibitors/Pick up Boxed Lunch
FCACC FIT Abstract and Case Event 2023
Timing and Abstract Submission
Abstracts & Cases may represent work in progress or may have been previously
submitted for publication or presentation at a national meeting in
2022. Further, abstracts submitted in this competition are not
precluded from submission for future publication or presentation. The competition is part of a regional meeting and, clearly, will not
preclude the fellow from submitting the abstract in a future
endeavor. Please note: a maximum of two submissions will be considered per first author. If more than two are submitted, only the first two submissions will be reviewed. Submissions must be made electronically via Oxford Abstracts by January 10. Paper and emailed copies will not be accepted.
All adult and pediatric cardiology fellows are eligible who are enrolled in a training program in Florida, provided
they have been a fellow since July 1, 2022. Only first authors, FITs, may present the research.
Abstract Review, Selection and Notification
Submissions will be reviewed by a Chapter panel of
cardiologists. Finalists a will be notified on or after January 6,
Prizes and Funding In addition to the opportunity to present their research, the FITs with the top scoring submissions will receive a $200 credit on their room at the JW Marriott Turnberry.
FITs must have significantly
participated in the research endeavor (to be confirmed by the fellowship
Florida Chapter, American College of Cardiology
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