ACOs: What They Are and How North Carolina Physicians Should Approach Them featuring Julian (Bo) Bobbitt, JD, Smith Anderson Law Firm
Join us on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 for an overview of AOCs, which will provide a fundamental understanding of the reasons compelling health system change; a review of accountable care and accountable care organizations; an overview of how patient care can be improved through systems and teams; and clinical strategies for physicians to optimize access to and quality of care in the accountable care era.
Community Practitioner Program Physician Profile Angelique Polidoro, DO
Dr. Polidoro decided that she wanted to be a doctor at age two. She told her parents of her decision at that young age and never once veered from the path she had chosen. She obtained her undergraduate degree from MCP Hahnemann (Drexel) University – School of Health Professions in Philadelphia and completed her medical training at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – School of Osteopathic Medicine in Startford, NJ.
Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Polidoro came to the Outer Banks in 2010 to be closer to her grandparents. Living in the Outer Banks is not that much different from rural New Jersey where she was raised and after living in Philadelphia she definitely knew that a big city was not where she wanted to practice. Helping people to feel better and empowering them to do things for themselves gives her a tremendous sense of fulfillment. Read More