Englewood, Colo. — August 1, 2017—In a unique communications partnership, the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) and ITN Productions are producing a news and current affairs-style program investigating the developments, challenges and achievements of the medical practice management industry within the United States.
Frontline Healthcare Leaders aims to promote a better understanding of medical practice management as an integral part of a successful healthcare system, and an exciting, fulfilling career. The program will highlight the real-world difference led by medical practitioners, with a focus on how the role of medical group managers enable and support better patient care and outcomes. With healthcare system evolution dominating headlines, this program will challenge perceptions to reveal how a balanced approach, considering patient-focused understanding, sound medicine, and effective business administration, is needed to achieve the outcomes we all want.
Drawing upon ITN’s 60-year heritage and expertise in storytelling, the program aims to communicate the role medical group managers play in ensuring access to care, helping patients navigate the healthcare system, and supporting doctors in providing personal and effective medical care. It will also provide profiles of the medical management field as a career with exciting and fulfilling growth opportunities that center on making a positive difference in the world.
Frontline Healthcare Leaders will be an in-depth, online program featuring interviews, news items and sponsored editorial profiles of leaders and key organizations, showcasing the great hard work that takes place every day, improving the effectiveness and professionalism of medical group managers and the quality of patient care. The program will be premiered at MGMA’s Annual Conference held October 8-11, 2017 in Anaheim, CA.
Halee Fischer-Wright, President & CEO, MGMA, said: “The success of our healthcare system relies upon a balance of the art, science and business of medicine. We are committed to telling the story of the positive impact made by MGMA members, and sharing the news about the exciting and rewarding career opportunities as a medical group manager.”
Greg Melia, CAE, Vice President of Program Development for Industry News USA, said “We are thrilled to be partnering with the Medical Group Management Association to spotlight how MGMA members are leading growth and innovations to ensure exceptional healthcare.”
For more information, or to participate in the program, please contact Greg Melia, CAE, Vice President of Program Development, ITN Productions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.