The Pennsylvania Medical Group Management Association is committed to the professional and leadership development of medical practice administrators. To this end, the Pennsylvania MGMA provides Advisers [as mentors] for members of the Association at all levels of their healthcare career.
The Advisory Program will address the eight learning domains as developed by ACMPE, the American College of Medical Practice Executives. These learning domains focus on the areas of administrative responsibility and practice leadership. Our Advisory Program is intended to ensure that Pennsylvania MGMA members have access to a one-on-one contact and resources.
It is our hope that this dynamic process to provide you with guidance and counseling will advance your knowledge and experience, regardless of your career stage. Our Advisory Program requires building a mutually rewarding relationship, proactive participation in the different aspects of your professional life, assessment of short-term as well as long-term goals, and continuous evaluation and reevaluation of goals and achievements. The Advisory relationship is founded on a reciprocal commitment. The Advisory Program helps you to establish an agenda for working toward your professional development goals and provides the necessary support to achieve your goals and gain insight into the realities of medical practice management.
Individuals who participate in the Advisory Program have the freedom to create a working relationship as they deem appropriate. For example, an advisory relationship can be situational - as circumstances arise which requires advice and guidance, or "of counsel" - a more on-going relationship.
Become or Request an Adviser
To become an adviser, inquire about the collaboration for professional development or to request an adviser, please complete the online form.
Geno Marola, MS, CMPE
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