Author Archives: Privia Health

Despite Decreasing Stigma, Mental Health Concerns Increasing

A recent survey found that the majority of American adults have experienced mental health concerns. However, the data also noted increased comfortability with discussing mental health, seeking care, and using teletherapy. What do these findings mean for the future of telehealth and employers?

How Primary Care Can Fight Vaccine Resistance

Studies show that primary care physicians may be key in reducing vaccine resistance. By enhancing the patient-provider relationship and facilitating open communication, physicians may be able to make a major impact in their communities.

Overlooked Technologies That Can Drive Value-Based Care

Doctor uses convenient technology to communicate with patients.

Besides your electronic health record (EHR), which technologies are you using to thrive in value-based care? Privia Health Chief Technology Officer Chris Voigt analyzes overlooked digital tools that can drive success and progress in alternative payment models.

Thriving in the MSSP: 8 Lessons from 8 Years (Part 2)

In part two of our series, we explore four more lessons to help physicians thrive in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) and other value-based models. Read industry thought leaders’ key takeaways on topics ranging from data sharing to shared technology, group operations to practice processes, and much more.

Thriving in the MSSP: 8 Lessons from 8 Years (Part 1)

What key lessons can help physicians succeed and thrive in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) and other value-based models? See diverse thought leaders’ hard-won insights and expert perspectives on ways to elevate your performance.

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month celebrates the achievements and contributions of women across cultures. Studies show the pivotal role that female physicians and providers play in their patients’ care. We’re grateful for the opportunity to support female physicians and the excellent care they provide!

Volume — Not Value — Still Drives Physician Compensation

Despite value-based care’s ongoing evolution and progress, data shows that the bulk of physician compensation still comes from fee-for-service arrangements. However, mutually beneficial, capital-efficient partnerships may help counter this trend and advance the “volume-to-value” transition.

Study: Suicide Rate Decreased in 2020

Despite the circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the overall suicide rate in the U.S. decreased in 2020 compared to 2019. While these results are optimistic, physicians should continue to screen patients for depression and suicidal ideation.



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