FACPE

AcronymDefinition
FACPEFellow of the American College of Physician Executives
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They can keep using FACPE and remain an active member of the association and follow the historical approaches for being an FACPE.
Fabius, MD, CPE, FACPE currently serves as Chief Medical Officer of Thomson Reuters, the world's leading source of intelligent information for business and professionals.
APALARA, MD, MPH, CHES, FRSPH, FACP, FACHE, CPE, FACPE, is medical director for the emergency department and associate chief for primary care service at the VA Central California Healthcare System (VACCHCS).
Knight, MD, CPE, CMSL, FACPE, is a physician executive at the Carle Foundation in Urbana, IL.
The American College of Physician Executives announced the selection of the new members and officers of the 2012-13 Board of Directors, including the appointment of Lawrence Riddles, MD, MBA, CPE, FACS, FACPE, as ACPE president and chairman of the board.
Sam Romeo, MD, MBA, CPE, FACPE, was fresh out of the Navy and looking to take advantage of the GI Bill.
Freeman, MD, MS, CPE, FACPE and Kendall M, Rogers, MD, CPE in an effort to meet its goal of promoting leadership training for medical students and residents.
Fracasso, MD, MBA, FACPE, is the chief medical officer at Mary's Center, a federally qualified health center in Washington, DC.
As Barry Silbaugh, MD, MS, FACPE, left ACPE in November, physician executives praised his work during the four years he served as CEO.
While the criteria for Fellowship may be rigorous," comments ACPE CEO Barry Silbaugh, MD, MS, FACPE, "this credential is the highest honor awarded to physician leaders who have made significant contributions in improving the delivery and outcomes in medicine.
Arthur Lazarus, MD, MBA, CPE, FACPE, is senior medical affairs director at Shire Pharmaceuticals in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
Keats, MD, CPE, FACOG, FACPE, a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist, originally from New York City.