Graduate Medical Education 201: You're Accredited
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Graduate Medical Education 201: You're Accredited


When: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
12:00 PM PST
Where:  Online 
Kiki C Nocella, PhD, MHA
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Phone: (206) 783-3004 x140

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Join us online for "Graduate Medical Education 201: You're Accredited," a free informational webinar presented in partnership with Wipfli LLP / HFS Consultants.


This webinar is ideal for those who are near accreditation or those who have recently become accredited as a Sponsoring Institution.






Congratulations! You've received your specialty accreditation and that's a huge milestone!  But you're not done yet!  There are more milestones in this process to maintain accreditation and to have a successful program. Whether you are sponsoring yourself or the FQHC that is providing the continuity site for a residency program, this presentation will discuss things to consider and work on now that you are accredited. Time will be allocated for participants to have Q&A for their specific program questions.


Learning Objectives


  • Develop an understanding of the requirements for a Sponsoring Insitution Site Visit
  • Gain insight into operational considerations for developing successful residency programs
  • Understand contractual terms between parties to facilitate best outcomes for the FQHC


Speaker Highlights


Kiki Nocella, PhD, MHA

Director, Clinical Operations

Wipfli LLP /  HFS Consultants


Kiki Nocella has over 25 years of medical education, workforce, health information technology, medical group management, community-based participatory research (CBPR), population health and consulting experience. Prior to joining Wipfli LLP in 2017, Dr. Nocella operated a boutique Graduate Medical Education consulting firm for nearly nine years. Dr. Nocella has served as the Founding Vice Provost of Health Affairs at the University of California, Riverside where she developed its regional GME strategy and the business plans for the new medical school. Prior to that, she was the Vice Chair of Finance and Administration and Clinical Assistant Professor for the University of Southern California, Department of Family Medicine and teaching professor for the School of Policy Planning and Development for more than 13 years. She has lectured nationally on CBPR and participated on multiple NIH study sections for the same. She has developed multiple consortiums for GME and HIT, restructured residency programs, and developed regional GME strategic plans, Teaching Health Centers, and residency programs. Dr. Nocella is nationally recognized for her work in Community-Based Participatory Research, health information technology, and Graduate Medical Education. She is recognized as a national expert in Teaching Health Centers. She has worked with rural and urban hospitals, RHCs, FQHCs, private practices and community organizations regarding their operations, governance, business development, workforce, quality improvement, population health, and health information technology. She has also consulted for various federally qualified health centers, Tribal Authorities, rural hospitals and clinics, academic medical centers, counties, and regional health systems on the intricacies of graduate medical education financing and residency program design. Kiki completed her Ph.D. in Public Administration at USC. Her dissertation was on the predictors of rural recruitment of family physicians, specifically focusing on the relationship between residency training program organization and the impact that may have on family physicians choosing to work in rural and underserved areas.




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Training Fees


NWRPCA/CHAMPS member webinar series rate: Free


Standard webinar series rate: Free


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