Spring CME Seminar

A successful career in family medicine requires more than patient care. Modern physicians – from solo, independently owned clinics to large health system employees and everything in between – must also understand and effectively manage the intersection of the clinical and business aspects of practice.

The two-day Spring CME Seminar offers professional development content specifically designed to help family doctors thrive financially in employed or independent practice environments.

*Registration is closed for this event. Please refer to the schedule below for a summary and consider attending future CME offerings from TNAFP.

Karen Baird, CPC, CPMA, CHC
Director of Member Services

2024 Spring CME Seminar Schedule

Friday | March 1

Knowledge Self-Assessment (KSA): Care of Children
1pm Central | 2pm Eastern

The new Care of Children KSA activity, developed by the American Board of Family Medicine, focuses on normal child growth and development, surveillance and prevention recommendations, congenital and hereditary illness, chronic illness, trauma, toxicity, infections, and behavioral health conditions for children ages newborn to 18 years old.

Members who complete this KSA activity will earn 10 certification points with ABFM and 8 Prescribed CME credits.


James D. Holt, MD, FAAFP – Professor and Associate Program Director, East Tennessee State University Family Medicine Residency Program, Johnson City


Saturday, March 1

Spring CME Seminar

8:00 – Breakfast
(included in registration for in-person attendees at TNAFP office in Brentwood)

8:20 – Welcome
Dave Chaney – Executive Director, TNAFP

8:30 – Leadership in Challenging Times
Jeffrey Learned – Owner, Next Level Solutions and Chief Operating Officer, The A Group

9:30 – Physician Compensation
Michael Cash, FACMPE – Senior Medical Practice Consultant, SVMIC

10:30 – Break

10:40 – Dissecting the Physician Contract
Stephen A. Dickens, JD, M.A.Ed., FACMPE – Vice President, SVMIC

11:40 – Lunch
(included in registration for in-person attendees at TNAFP office)

12:15 – Becoming an Entrepreneur
Gretchen Napier, MSHA, SHRM-SCP, FACMPE – Medical Practice Consultant, SVMIC

1:15 – Independent, Integrated and Private Equity – Factors Impacting Employment Decisions
Michael Cash, FACMPE – Senior Medical Practice Consultant, SVMIC

2:15 – Break

2:25 – Value-Based Care
Jeremy Burns, MD – Regional Chief Medical Officer, Main Street Health

3:25 – Adjourn