Management CME Webinar Series Practical solutions for today’s and tomorrow’s family
Fourteen chapters of the American Academy of Family Physicians
(AAFP) have joined forces to develop a three-part webinar series to recognize
that in the midst of chaos, family physicians have a unique opportunity to
harness and forge their own financially successful practice management path.
The primary goal of the series is to provide family physicians and
their practice teams high-value education on critical practice management
issues during this time of unparalleled crisis in American healthcare. By
learning to be nimble and adapting to change, practices are capitalizing on
innovation like never before – hear how a few family medicine practices are
Recordings from each webinar are available for viewing today!
Sustaining Telehealth in Family Medicine: Today and Tomorrow To view the recorded webinar click here.
William ‘Chuck’ Thornbury, MD – family physician, Glasgow, KY
Jen Brull, MD – Post Rock Family Medicine, Plainville, KS
Moderator: Greg Griggs, MPA, CAE, Executive Vice President, North Carolina Academy of Family Physician
Learn how frontline practices have quickly harnessed telehealth services to optimize practice revenue during this period of extreme health delivery interruption
Hear practical telehealth strategies that address topics ranging from patient communication and documentation, to workflow and payment processing
Understand how family physicians and their care teams can successfully incorporate telehealth services permanently into their post-COVID-19 workflow.
Driving Short and Long-Term Practice Financial Success To view the recorded webinar, click here.
Randy Walker, MD, and Angie Walker (office manager), Dr. Randy Walker Family Practice & Allergy Clinic, De Queen, AR
Marc Price, DO – family physician, Mechanicville, NY
Moderator: Tom Banning,Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President, Texas Academy of Family Physicians
Identify opportunities where practices can cut costs and create revenue infusing needed capital into their practice when they need it most – NOW
Understand how to build staff capacity so billable events can be streamlined into a financially successful workflow
Share untapped revenue strategies that practices can incorporate to diversify their practice’s long-term financial health.
The Future of Family Medicine in the Post COVID-19 World To view the recorded webinar, click here.
Shawn Martin – Senior Vice President, Advocacy, Practice Advancement and Policy; Incoming Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer (effective August 1, 2020), American Academy of Family Physicians
Farzad Mostashari, MD – Aledade Co-founder and CEO; former National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the Department of Health and Human Services; and served as a distinguished expert at the Brookings Institute’s Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform
Moderator: Lisa Folberg, Chief Executive Officer, California Academy of Family Physicians
Reflect on how family physicians stepped forward to meet the challenges posed by COVID-19 and how the pandemic magnified critical gaps and spotlighted unique opportunities for improving our health delivery system
Learn how prospective, population-based payments for primary care could fundamentally reframe the health care system and bolster the specialty of family medicine
Understand what the Primary Care Marshall Plan is and what it could mean if implemented for the future of family medicine in the post COVID-19 world.
for continuing medical education (CME) credit has been filed with the American
Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.
Aledade Inc., is
supporting this educational program by providing registration services and
assisting with live webinar production and post program archival access.
Aledade Inc., did not have any influence in the development of the CME content.
Basic contact information will be collected for webinar registration
purposes. At the conclusion of each
program, physicians will have the opportunity to complete the program
evaluation, receive additional resources, or withdrawal their contact
information from the registration database.
involved in developing the programing include: California, Connecticut,
Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina,
New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Texas, and Virginia.