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Title: Medicine Grand Rounds


1
Medicine Grand Rounds July 15, 2008 John R.
Feussner, MD, MPH Professor and
Chairman Department of Medicine
2
MISSIONS in MEDICINE
People
Service
Quality
Finance
Growth
3
People
4
New Leadership Roles
  • Alice Boylan, MD
  • Associate Professor, Pulmonary and Critical Care
    Medicine Medical Director, Critical Acute Care
    Service Line  

Michael Kilby, MD Professor, Infectious
Diseases Division Director  
Marcy Bolster, MD Professor, Rheumatology
Medical Director, Musculoskeletal Service Line  
Lynn Manfred, MD, EdD Associate Professor,
General Internal Medicine Associate Dean,
Curriculum and Evaluation  
5
New Researchers
Courtney J Haycraft, PhD Assistant
Professor Nephrology  
Patrick Nasarre, PhD Assistant Professor Hematolog
y/Oncology  
Vincent Potiron, PhD Instructor Hematology/Oncolog
y  
Sonya Coaxum, PhD Instructor Nephrology  
6
New Clinicians
7
New Clinicians
  • Not Pictured
  • Daniel Steinberg, MD, Assistant Professor,
    Cardiology
  • Amanda Wood, MD, Instructor, Emergency Medicine
  • Neil Glover, MD, Assistant Professor, Emergency
    Medicine
  • Michelle Curry, MD, Assistant Professor,
    Emergency Medicine
  • Cara Litvin, MD, Instructor, General Internal
    Medicine
  • Paul Rousseau, MD, Associate Professor, General
    Internal Medicine
  • Luciano Costa, MD, Assistant Professor,
    Hematology/Oncology
  • Ali Golshayan, MD, Assistant Professor,
    Hematology/Oncology
  • Keisuke Shirai, MD, Assistant Professor,
    Hematology/Oncology
  • Sarat Kuppachi, MD, Assistant Professor,
    Nephrology

8
Promotions
  • New Professor
  • Marcy Bolster, MD
  • Rheumatology and Immunology
  • New Associate Professors
  • Kristin Highland, MD, MSCR
  • Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
  • Cassandra Salgado, MD, MS
  • Infectious Diseases

9
Vice Chairpersons
10
Internal Medicine Interns
  • Medical Schools
  • Drexel
  • East Carolina University
  • Kirksville College
  • Loyola
  • Mercer (2)
  • MUSC (11)
  • Ohio State (2)
  • University of Cincinnati
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Mississippi
  • University of Nebraska
  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
  • University of Oklahoma
  • University of South Alabama (3)
  • University of South Carolina (4)
  • UT Southwestern

11
Emergency Medicine Residents
  • Charlie Andrews, MD
  • University of Cincinnati
  • Mark Flanagan, DO
  • Nova Southeastern University
  • Garrick Messer, MD
  • University of South Carolina
  • Margaret Lewis, MD
  • Medical University of South Carolina
  • Brad Presley, MD
  • University of Kentucky
  • Ron Turner, MD
  • Medical University of South Carolina

12
Resident Rotation Site
Medical Student Rotation Site
Carolina Family Care
Clinical Outreach
Residents Rotating 31 Charleston locations 13
East Cooper locations 11 North Charleston
13
Faculty Growth
270
253
237
235
231
199
187
expected
14
wRVU Productivity
Thousands
15
wRVU growth FY07 to FY08
Average wRVU growth - 10
16
DOM Clinical Revenue
In Millions
17
EVUs earned by Division in FY08
18
Research Day
2nd Annual Research Day Winners Arindam
Saha Graduate Student, GI and Hepatology Santhosh
Mani, PhD Cardiology Hesham El-Shewy, PhD
Junior Faculty, Basic Science, Assistant
Professor, Endocrinology Deepika Koya, MD, MSCR
Clinical Fellow, Endocrinology Joseph Romagnuolo,
MD, MSc Junior Faculty, Clinical, Associate
Professor, GI and Hepatology
19
NIH Fund Submissions
and Awards
In Millions
20
DOM Research Awards
In Millions
21
  • The world is full of willing people. 
  • Some are willing to work and
  • The rest are willing to let them.
  •                         Robert Frost

22
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Faculty Recognition
Dr. Louis Luttrell, MD, PhD, Professor and
Division Director of Endocrinology, was named an
Eminent Scholar by the MUSC Board of Trustees
Dr. William Moran, MD, MS, Professor and Division
Director of General Internal Medicine and
Geriatrics, was appointed to the McKnight Chair
for the Study of Aging
Dr. Richard Silver, MD, Professor and Division
Director of Rheumatology, was named a
Distinguished University Professor by the MUSC
Board of Trustees
24
Faculty Recognition
VA Merit Awards Dr. Darwin Bell, PhD, Professor,
Nephrology Dr. John Arthur, MD, PhD, Associate
Professor, Nephrology Dr. Maria Lopes-Virella,
MD, PhD, Professor, Endocrinology Dr. Amy
Bradshaw, PhD, Assistant Professor, Cardiology
and Dr. Xian (John) Zhang, PhD, Rheumatology
2008 VA Career Development Award Dr. Michael
Janech, PhD, Assistant Professor, Nephrology
25
Faculty Recognition
Neal Axon, MD General Internal Medicine
Monika Gupta, MD Nephrology
Faye Hant, DO Rheumatology
Three faculty earned Master of Science in
Clinical Research in 2008
26
Faculty Recognition
Marc Judson, MD, Professor, Pulmonary and
Critical Care Medicine, received the 2008 Health
Science Foundation Teaching Excellence Award
Jay Brzezinski, MD, Associate Professor, General
Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, received the
2008 Michael E. Assey Award for Teaching
Marian Taylor, MD, Assistant Professor,
Cardiology, received the 2008 Leonard Tow
Humanism in Medicine Award
27
Excellence in Teaching Awards
  • July December 2007
  • Jason Roberts, MD, Instructor, General Internal
    Medicine and Geriatrics
  • George Taylor, MD, Professor, Cardiology
  • January June 2008
  • Courtney Brady, MD Assistant Professor, General
    Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
  • Larry Comerford, MD, MS, Assistant Professor,
    Gastroenterology and Hepatology

28
Faculty Recognition
Robert K Stuart, MD Professor, Hematology/Oncology

Adrian Van Bakel, MD, PhD Professor, Cardiology
Recognized as Outstanding Clinicians from the
MUSC Foundation in 2008
29
House staff Awards
  • Intern of the Year Courtney Cave, MD
  • Resident of the Year Lucas Blanton, MD and
    Brock Harper, MD
  • Fellow of the Year Jason Goebel, MD
  • Division of the Year -General Internal Medicine
  • Michael E. Assey, MD Teaching Award - Jay
    Brzezinski, MD

30
Employees of the Quarter Awards
  • Fall 2007
  • Derek Sanford, Pulmonary
  • Annie Donaldson, Rheumatology
  • Nicole Sronce, Hem/Onc
  • Scott Lofmark, Administration
  • Winter 2007
  • Lisa Saunders, East Cooper GIM
  • Jennifer Williams, Emergency Medicine
  • Judy Walling, Cardiology
  • Jill Griffith, Administration
  • Shawn Prioleau, Infectious Disease
  • Tia Parker, Rheumatology (not pictured)

31
Employees of the Quarter Awards
  • Spring 2008
  • Lisa Morgan, West Ashley Cardiology
  • Marti White, Administration
  • Christine Schaub, Hem/Onc
  • Lauren Becker, Hem/Onc
  • Jackie Eudaly, Rheumatology
  • Allison Bland, Nephrology
  • Summer 2008
  • Brian Collins, General Internal Medicine
  • Matthew McCoy, Administration
  • Rebecca Strickland, Pulmonary
  • Linda Paddock, Cardiology
  • Suzanne Davis, East Cooper Outreach

From all of our winners, an Employee of the Year
will be named in the next few weeks
32
In Remembrance
Dr. Newton C. Brackett, Junior, MD Professor
Emeritus, Nephrology
Dr. Keidre J. Corbett, MD Fellow, Nephrology
Some people come into our lives and quietly
go others stay for awhile, and leave footprints
on our hearts and we are never the
same. -Anonymous
33
Philanthropy Highlights
  • Robert and Molly Tarr gave 50,000 for the Gazes
    Cardiac Research Institute Development Fund to
    support cardiovascular research
  • Ms. Rosemary Jocius gave 50,000 for diabetes
    patient care
  • Family and friends of Corky Harrison established
    the Corky Harrison Liver Research and Education
    Fund with a 50,000 gift

Corky Harrison reception
  • Marian and William Norris made a 50,000 planned
    gift to benefit GIM in honor of Dr.
    Leonard Lichtenstein
  • GIM has received almost 70,000 in memorial gifts
    for Mr. Bill Dalton and the family is considering
    creating a permanent endowment to honor the
    Dalton family
  • Yvonne and Edward Reardon generously gave
    100,000, establishing a new Pulmonary
    Hypertension Fund and supporting the Pulmonary
    and Critical Care Medicine Fund
  • The Mark Elliott Motley Endowed Lectureship in
    Pediatric Rheumatology was established with a
    147,000 gift

34
Future Endowed Chairs
  • Kitty Trask Holt Endowed Chair for Scleroderma
    Research (to date 1,272,000 in gifts and
    pledges)
  • Spaulding Paolozzi Chair in Cardiology (Womens
    Health)
  • G. Dennis and Carolyn Leadbetter have established
    the Richard M. Silver, MD Endowed Chair for
    Rheumatology and Immunology with a 1,000,000
    bequest
  • Two Nephrology endowed chairs as a result of the
    Center of Economic Excellence designation
    (Arthur)
  • Two Cardiology endowed chairs as a result of the
    Center of Economic Excellence designation (Zile)
  • Keating Chair in Endocrinology (Diabetes
    Mellitus)

35
Occupied Endowed Chairs
Andrew Kraft, MD, Director, Hollings Cancer
Center, Hematology/Oncology William H Folk Chair
in Experimental Oncology
Harry Drabkin, MD, Division Director
Hematology/Oncology Mary Gilbreth Chair in
Clinical Oncology
Robert Gemmill, Ph.D., Hematology/Oncology
Melvyn Berlinsky Distinguished
Endowed Chair in Cancer Research
Melanie Thomas, MD, MS, HCC
Associate Director of Clinical Investigations,
Hematology/Oncology Grace DeWolff Chair in
Medical Oncology
36
Occupied Endowed Chairs
  • Michael Gold, MD, PhD , Division Director,
    Cardiology Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary
    Clinical Programs
  • Michael Assey Chair in Cardiology

Michael Zile, MD, Cardiology Charles Ezra Daniel
Chair in Cardiology
William Moran, MD, MS, Division Director, General
Internal Medicine Geriatrics McKnight Chair for
the Study of Aging
Lina Obeid, MD General Internal Medicine
Geriatrics Boyle Chair in Geriatric Medicine
37
Occupied Endowed Chairs
David Ploth, MD, Division Director, Nephrology
Arthur Williams Chair in Nephrology
  • John Raymond, MD, Nephrology,
  • Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
  • DCI Research Chair in Nephrology

P. Darwin Bell, Ph.D, Nephrology Nephrology
Research Chair
  • Robert Hawes, MD, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
  • Peter Cotton, MD Endowed Chair for Endoscopic
    Innovation

38
Vacant Endowed Chairs
Allen H. Johnson, Jr Chair in Internal Medicine
and Geriatrics
  • Peter C. Gazes Chair in Cardiology

39
National Recognition
Digestive Diseases Mark Payne, Division Director
Rheumatology Richard Silver, Division Director
Nephrology David Ploth, Division Director (first
time to be recognized)
40
DOM Strategic Plan FY09
Education
Research
Business
Clinical
  • Increased recruitment of MUSC medical students to
    Internal Medicine
  • Enhance collaboration opportunities and increase
    funding for Basic Research
  • Create robust clinical research infrastructure
  • Develop and promote DOM programs that provide
    differentiation in the marketplace
  • Identify opportunities for growth and
    diversification of Revenue Sources
  • Department of Medicine as Employer of Choice
  • DOM faculty culture is one of service excellence
    and high faculty satisfaction
  • Department of Medicine as Health Care Provider of
    Choice
  • Improve clinical efficiency

41
Outpatient PG Results
October 06 May 08
DOM and COM goal of 75tile
42
FY08 Q3 PG Results Overall
Rating by Division
DOM goal of 75tile
43
UMA FY08 Q3 PG Results
  • DEPARTMENT PERCENTILE
  • 1 Otolaryngology 88th
  • 2 Anesthesia 87st
  • 3 Surgery 82th
  • 4 Medicine 78th
  • 5 Dermatology 74th

44
Patient Satisfaction Banner Awards
8 West Inpatient Satisfaction FY08 Q3
Hematology/Oncology
HCC Pulmonary FY08 Q3
Mount Pleasant Cardiology FY08 Q3
West Ashley Cardiology FY08 Q1-Q3
45
FY08 Employee Satisfaction
Results
Employee Satisfaction by Division April 2008
Achieved Goal
FY08 Goal 66.7
46
FY08 Division Director and Chairman
Evaluation Results
FY08 Goal 4.00
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  • I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the
    whole community, and as long as I live it is my
    privilege to do for it whatever I can.  I want to
    be thoroughly used up when I die.  For the harder
    I work the more I live,  I rejoice in life for
    its own sake.  Life is no brief candle to me.  It
    s a sort of splendid torch . . .     
  • George Bernard Shaw
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