Learned Over 30 Years: Reflections On Career Success. Leadership And Happiness
A series designed for early career psychiatrists and resident fellow members

Date: November 9, 2021
Time: 7 p.m. ET

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Young psychiatrists are in the early stage of a 30-40 year journey, with a world of opportunities and challenges ahead. As with any journey, decisions will be made about which way to go, making it easy to get lost unless one has a sense of direction, a map of pathways and destinations of interest, and the rules of the road to use when traveling. Dr. Daviss will provide his reflections and travel advice, taken from his interesting thirty-year journey in psychiatric medicine.

About the Speaker
Dr. Steven R. Daviss is a Maryland-based physician with credentials in Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine, and Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, with expertise in the intersection of psychiatry, primary care, clinical informatics, technology, data science, and healthcare policy. Dr. Daviss is the president of the Maryland-DC Society of Addiction Medicine (MDDCSAM), past president of the Maryland Psychiatric Society (MPS), and is medical director for Optum Maryland, which manages the Maryland Medicaid contract for specialty behavioral health services. He has founded three companies and currently advises start-ups in the mental health and addictions arena.
Other recent leadership positions: founding president and CEO of Fuse Health Strategies; lead psychiatrist for Mindoula Health’s Collaborative Care Program; APA Assembly Recorder; HHS/SAMHSA Senior Medical Advisor to the Office of the Chief Medical Officer; HHS/SAMHSA Medical Director of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Others: URAC; Mooditude; M3 Information; BCMS; BWMC; UMMS.

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