The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated healthcare’s cybersecurity threats and exposed many areas for improvement. What steps can your practice take to fortify your defenses and protect your patients’ health information?
Jenny Harding, Senior Vice President, People Operations, shares how an ongoing commitment to equitable and inclusive employee engagement led to Privia’s recognition as 2021 Top Workplace USA by Energage.
COVID-19 presents an unprecedented, uncertain situation. However, there are steps we can take to reduce the harm. We’ve gathered resources for providers on telehealth, available funding, patient materials, and best practices to help you stay safe.
Is the doctor in? Yes — just not in the office. With the looming OB-GYN shortage still underway, we’ve gathered the latest research and insights as to how telehealth can help OB-GYNs reduce the impact on their practices so they can continue to deliver high-quality care to their patients.
How many Americans delayed care due to COVID-19? How much does primary care save employers? Find out in The Rundown by inforMD!
Earlier this year, CMS finalized the Cures Act, which mandates that providers and health plans enable patients to access their health information from their mobile devices. Chris Voigt, Chief Technology Officer at Privia Health, explores how and when providers can implement this innovative, promising rule.
What licensure requirements did CMS change? What diagnostic services are covered “at no cost?” Find out in The Rundown by inforMD!
In order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and flatten the curve, we must practice social distancing. But what effect will this have on mental health and the so-called “Loneliness Epidemic?” Find out how you can remain connected while following social distancing guidelines!
What regulatory changes is CMS making in response to COVID-19? Which Medicare providers qualify for expedited or advanced payments? Find out in The Rundown by inforMD!
Privia Health’s Chief Clinical Officer Keith Fernandez, MD, shares his insights on ways providers can combat COVID-19 by leveraging technology, implementing telehealth, and practicing self-care.