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Slate Election Now in Progress

As described in the recently announced ACPM Board of Regents Slate Election Policy, ACPM is announcing the 2018 Slate Elections.

The Strategy and Board Development Committee solicited nominations from the entire membership over the course of the past month, with a special emphasis on nominees with skills in strategic communication, messaging and marketing; public health and clinical informatics; and healthcare system and insurance/payor administration. In addition we wanted to have increased representation of women, minorities and geographic locations outside of the East coast.

With these considerations in mind, the Strategy and Board Development has submitted the following slate for your approval:

All eligible ACPM members received a link to the ballot on March 9, 2018. If you did not receive an email or you have any issue with the ballot, please contact associate executive director Benjamin Butz.

2018 ACPM Board of Regents Election Timeline

Dates Procedure
February 9 Distribution of Timeline and Call for Nominations
February 15 All Member Town Hall Webinar
February 9–March 1 Acceptance of Nominations and Deadline for Submission of Candidate Materials
March 1–March 8 Development of the Slate
March 9 Distribution of the Slate for Membership Vote
March 9–April 6 Voting Period
April 13 Certification of Vote by Board
April 15–May 15 Re-vote period if needed
May 24 Announcement of Board election winners to membership at Preventive Medicine 2018

Assessment of Board Competencies

The ACPM Strategy and Board Development Committee determined the current Board of Regents has a reasonable balance across the four competency domains, with the understanding that the small size of the ACPM board makes complete representation of our diverse specialty difficult. This determination was based on the Board of Regents Competencies.

The Strategy and Board Development Committee also assessed gaps in skills and experience of the Board members with respect to our current strategic priorities. Certain applications of our shared skills in preventive medicine could be better represented on the Board. These include:

  • Strategic communication, messaging and marketing – These skills are aligned with the current strategic priority of the College to increase the visibility of our profession, particularly with respect to the intense interest and activity in public health and health care transformation.
  • Public health and clinical informatics – A high priority of the College is to expand our membership to include preventive medicine practitioners in fields that are part of our ABPM board certification but are underrepresented in our College membership.
  • Healthcare system and insurance/payor administration – Having influence in public health and health care transformation requires deep understanding of how healthcare systems and payor organizations work.

We encourage consideration of all Fellows including those within the Young Physician Section. We would like to have increased representation of women, minorities and geographic locations outside of the East coast. ACPM is committed to diversity on its board and we ask for your nominations to consider these factors.

Our requests to you

1.Please Vote

  • All eligible ACPM members received a link to the ballot on March 9, 2018. If you did not receive an email or you have any issue with the ballot, please contact associate executive director Benjamin Butz.

2. Review the Call for Nominations webinar

A Town Hall webinar was held on February 15. View the webinar below:

 

The webinar agenda included:

Thank You!

We thank you for engaging in this extremely important function of the College—building our leadership for the sustained success of the organization.

With deep appreciation,

Stephanie Zaza, MD, MPH, FACPM
President-Elect & Chair, Strategy & Board Development Committee

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