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Register for the recorded webinar, held on Aug. 20, 2020; as an additional benefit, a demonstration was shown at the end of the session. This webinar is eligible for ACMPE, ACHE, CME and CEU credit.
As COVID-19 continues to place tremendous strain on healthcare providers, primary care practices will need to quickly deploy new technologies and techniques that will support the delivery of high-quality care while helping practices maintain financial sustainability. As primary care practices deal with the challenges of telehealth optimization and population management during a global pandemic, they need the tools and strategic vision to incorporate those programs into their existing foundations of coordinated, value-driven care. In this session, Aledade Chief Medical Officer Emily Maxson and practicing family physician and regional medical director Jen Brull will explain why value-based care is critical for success in this difficult time, identifying a roadmap of top priorities for ACOs as they navigate through the COVID-19 era.
This 60-minute webinar will provide you with the knowledge to:
- Explain how ACOs can help primary care practices thrive in challenging clinical and financial environments
- Identify a telehealth strategy that prioritizes transitional care management and wellness-at-home visits
- Describe outreach strategies to improve medication adherence and chronic disease management for vulnerable patients
Brought to you by Aledade
is hosting three webinars focused on helping physicians navigate the current healthcare landscape brought on by COVID-19 and will highlight the importance of value-based care. Each webinar provides educational tips and resources meant to support primary care physicians to deploy new technologies and techniques that will support the delivery of high-quality care while maintaining financial sustainability.
Aug. 20: New and Enhanced Priorities for ACO Work in the Age of COVID-19 - register above
Sept. 3: Protect Your Practice from Financial Uncertainty Amid Fallout from COVID-19
Sept. 17: TBA
Continuing Education Information
: Internet Activity Enduring Material | Self-paced study
: Basic – Education designed to provide a general understanding of a topic or knowledge area.
: 60 minutes
: If you wish to claim continuing education credit, watch the recording and respond to the integrated polls in order to meet the interactivity requirement required by accrediting organizations.
Official Continuing Education Statements and Availability
American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE)
- ACMPE, medical practice administrators in certification and Fellowship through ACMPE
- ACHE, American College of Healthcare Executives Qualified Education
- CME, licensed physicians (MD/DO)
- CEU, generic continuing education credit
This program is approved for ACMPE continuing education hours. A cumulative total of 50 ACMPE continuing education credit hours is among the requirements for attaining the Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) credential. To maintain CMPE or Fellow status, you must earn 50 hours of qualifying credit hours every three years, of which 30 hours must come from MGMA national, state or local offerings, including 12 from a live learning event.
about the ACMPE certification program.
One ACMPE credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational content, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.
ACHE Qualified Education
By attending the New and Enhanced Priorities for ACO Work in the Age of COVID-19
webinar offered by the Medical Group Management Association, participants may earn up to 1 ACHE Qualified Education Hour toward initial certification or recertification of the Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) designation.
One ACHE credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational content, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). The Medical Group Management Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Medical Group Management Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
One CME credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational content, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.
Continuing Education Units (CEU)
A certificate of attendance will be provided to healthcare professionals requesting generic CEUs for professional development, certifications through other professional associations or specialty societies.
One generic CEU credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational content, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.
Disclosure of conflict of interest
MGMA requires instructors, planners, managers and other individuals who are in the position to control the content of this activity to disclosure any real or apparent conflicts of interact (COI) they may have as related to the content of this activity. All identified COI’s are thoroughly vetted and resolved according to MGMA policy. The existence or absence of COI for everyone in a position to control content will be disclosed to participates prior to the start of each activity.
Emily Maxson, MD, is Aledade’s chief medical officer. An internist and primary care doctor, she oversees Aledade’s practice and physician engagement and clinical strategy as it relates to core product development and value-based care innovation. Previously, she has worked with physicians in metro New York’s most underserved areas to disseminate prevention-oriented EHR systems through the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Primary Care Information Project and successfully launched the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ Beacon Community Program to improve population health, quality and cost-efficiency. She was a practicing primary care physician for several years in a federally qualified community health center before dedicating her career to population health. Dr. Maxson earned her undergraduate and medical degrees from Duke University School of Medicine and completed her medical training in internal medicine/primary care at Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Mass.
Dr. Jen Brull is a family medicine physician, practicing in Plainville, Kan. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine and completed family medicine residency training in Topeka, Kan. Dr. Brull is in her 19th year of private practice in a rural area. She served two years (2013-2014) as an HIT Fellow for the Office of the National Coordinator and was recognized as a Hypertension Control Challenge Champion by the CDC in 2014. She was also named as a Top 25 Innovator by Modern Healthcare in 2019 and is a physician leader in performance improvement and change management. Her special interests include integrating the promotion of healthy behaviors into the office visit and the use of social media in medicine.
This webinar consisted of a 60-minute presentation, interactive polls and a question-and-answer session.
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This webinar is sponsored by Aledade
. There is no registration fee.
On Demand Cancellation Policy
If for any reason MGMA must cancel this on-demand program prior to the expected expiration date, MGMA will notify participants by email of the cancellation no less than five business days prior to the cancellation.
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: 877.275.6462, ext. 1888
Complaint resolution policy
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