Game Changers  
    Volume VIII, Issue 47 | Nov. 22, 2019    
South Florida Healthcare Professionals on the Move:  
Promotions, Achievements, Engagements & Accolades
Current Events
SFHHA presents
Annual Meeting & Dinner
Thurs., Dec. 5
Signature Grand Davie
DCMA presents
CME Courses
Sat., Dec. 7
Palm Beach Medical Society presents
Healthcare Connection Series Luncheon: Telemedicine
Wed., Dec. 11
West Palm Beach
SFHEF presents
Annual Holiday Networker
Thurs., Dec. 12 | 5:30-8 pm
Ft. Lauderdale
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Week in Review, Specialty Focus,
Updates in Pediatrics,
FHIweekly & Game Changers
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Last  Word


Medicare Dispatch


Do You Know a Healthcare Game Changer?
New Director of Family Medicine Residency Program at West Kendall Baptist Hospital Announced
Family medicine physician Douglas Inciarte, MD, has been named program director of the West Kendall Baptist Hospital - Florida International University Family Medicine Residency program. The program prepares clinically skilled physicians to work in the full spectrum of family medicine, including the management of acute and chronic conditions in adults and children, women's health, sports medicine, health promotion and disease prevention in settings ranging from the emergency room to the home. The program is based in the Baptist Health Primary Care Family Medicine Center adjacent to West Kendall Baptist Hospital.

Dr. Inciarte comes to Baptist Health South Florida from the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), where he served as the family medicine clinic director and was associate professor of family medicine. A graduate of the medical school of Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela, Dr. Inciarte completed a family medicine residency at UNMC, where he also served as chief resident. In addition, he holds a master's degree in medical management from The Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University.
Five Star Hosts 5th Annual Hospice and Palliative Care Event
Produced by the Healthcare Roundtable, the fifth annual breakfast panel discussion on end-of-life care was held at Five Star Premier Residences of Hollywood on November 19. The year's topic was Hospice Care vs. Palliative Care. Moderated by Pat O'Meara from Trustbridge, the panelists were: 

* Karen Kennedy, DO, Trustbridge
* Rabbi Frederick Klein, MPhil, BCC, Greater Miami Jewish Federation
* Rita Davis, Assisting Hands
* Susan Holtzman, Alzheimer's Association Southeast Florida Chapter

The audience of senior care professionals was updated on the latest developments in hospice and palliative care. The Title Sponsor was Trustbridge. Additional sponsors were Park Shore Pharmacon and Assisting Hands Home Care.
St. Mary's Medical Center & Palm Beach Children's Hospital Appoints Cynthia McCauley as Chief Administrative Officer
St. Mary's Medical Center & Palm Beach Children's Hospital recently announced the appointment of Cynthia McCauley as Chief Administrative Officer. In this new role, McCauley will be responsible for all strategic growth, operations and finances for both facilities. 

"Cynthia is a thoughtful leader who is committed to high standards of quality. She is passionate about fostering relationships with the community and will work tirelessly to ensure the hospital provides the best quality care to those it serves," said Maggie Gill, CEO of Tenet's Palm Beach Market. "Her extensive experience, proven leadership and family ties to the community make her uniquely suited for this role at St. Mary's and Palm Beach Children's Hospital."