No matter your current leadership position within your organization, ACLGIM will provide you with the necessary networks, tools and opportunities to be successful. Members gain access to peer community of academic leaders in GIM, allowing you to develop your own career and to find support during the challenging times of leadership.
Some of the tools that ACLGIM includes are:
Networking and Information Exchange
The free exchange and sharing of resources is the backbone of ACLGIM. This dissemination of information is critical in the development of best practices and the creations of positive outcomes while avoind pitfalls. Some of the tools that ACLGIM utilizes for this dissemination include:
Listservs, podcasts and surveys
Online Resources (Leadership Toolkit)
Faculty Promotion Peer Review Services
Site Visit Program
This program provides divisions of GIM with their chairs and leaders with an opportunity to observe and make recommendations for improvements in academic GIM. Members have the opportunity to participate on both sides as evaluators and participants.
Previous participants include:
University of New Mexico
Beth Israel Medical Center
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Wake Forest University Division of GIM
ACLGIM Leon Hess Leadership Training and Management Institute
The ACLGIM Management Institute is designed and implemented to meet the educational and professional needs of chiefs and leaders who face the growing complexity in managing departments or sections of GIM. It offers an unparalleled opportunity to network with the community of scholars devoted to GIM. Leaders from other IM sections are also encouraged to participate
Previous Topics Include:
Developing Leadership Skills for GIM Leaders - Change Management
Leadership Strategies in GIM - Case Studies
Chair/Leader Negotiation Strategies
Research Development within Divisions of GIM
Productivity Models for GIM
ACLGIM Annual Summit
Designed to share best practices through lectures and breakout sessions, the Annual Summit is an opportunity for attendees to address some of the relevant and complex issues facing Chiefs and Leaders within the health community.
Recent discussion topics include:
Healthcare reform and its impact on GIM
Developing/implementing Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH)
Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) formation
Ambulatory care redesign and advancing academic hospital medicine.