Dr. Kim Kuebler Founder and Director of the Multiple Chronic Conditions (MCC) Resource Center cited as a premiere resource for interdisciplinary healthcare professionals by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources. Specialty provider for Ortho Sport and Spine Physicians, in Savannah, GA. Doctoral education from Vanderbilt University and a master’s degree from Emory University. Received state and national attention and funding - for integrating palliative care interventions in the management of symptomatic chronic conditions. With three decades of palliative and chronic disease management experiences - specializes in the clinical aspects of disease, symptoms and self-management for patients living with MCCs. Selected Mayday Pain Fellow from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY. Kuebler has generated extensive peer-reviewed published contributions and received national awards from 8 textbooks. Studied with international palliative care thought leaders in Canada and the United Kingdom. Invited World Health Organization volunteer to teach and make palliative care rounds in China. Kuebler was appointed to the Michigan Governors Commission for End of Life Care legislation. Four appointments to the Medicare Evidence Development & Coverage Advisory Committee. She reviewed federal grant funding for Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. She successfully demonstrated a self-owned primary care rural community-based practice evaluating patients in clinic, home and consultation in long-term care settings and hospital. Kuebler preforms clinical research and dissemination of findings through peer review publications and national, international conference presentations. Kuebler is a health policy advocate, editor, author, educator, researcher, and expert clinician.