"Charged Up" Strategic Planning Brief

Task Force: Research

Update: The goal of the DFMCH research task force is to establish a framework to best allow our department to perform innovative, cutting-edge primary care research that improves education, patient care and community health.

To better tie our research to the education we deliver, the research task force and Madison residency faculty and staff are developing a research pathway for second- and third-year residents to start in July 2017.

To better support our researchers, the task force has compiled a set of necessary support skills and drafted a survey to identify currently available skills and those missing for core staffing planning.

To better communicate our research work, the task force is planning updates in various forms (posters, emails and web-based announcements) for 2017.


For More Information

For complete information on the strategic planning process, visit the DFMCH ReCHARGED website.

Below are the six DFMCH strategic planning task forces, their executive sponsors and their implementation chairs.

Task Force

Executive Sponsor

Implementation Chair

Performance Development

Linda Haskins

Mary Fendry

Wellness & Resiliency

Beth Potter, Linda Haskins

Julia Yates

Residency Education

Bill Schwab

Kathy Oriel (expansion)
Michelle Grosch (curriculum)

Research

Larry Hanrahan

Regina Vidaver

Team-Based Care (Scribes)

Sandy Kamnetz

John Hawkins

Clinical Care (APP Role)

Kirsten Rindfleisch

Sara Redemann

DFMCH ReCHARGED is an ongoing process of engagement and continuous improvement. Thanks to everyone who has attended conferences or events, or who has participated in task forces, steering groups, interview and focus groups. There will many more opportunities to get involved, and we are all look forward to making our vision a reality!

DFMCH Executive Team

Val Gilchrist, Larry Hanrahan, Linda Haskins, Sandy Kamnetz, Kirsten Rindfleisch, Bill Schwab

Robin Lankton (co-facilitator)