Rae Wood, from the Advisory Board’s Radio Advisory podcast, sits down with our own Mike Flammini, Chief Business Development Officer, to discuss how Privia’s flexible model brings agency back to physicians. READ MORE
Discover how a partnership helped equip Sonal Patel, MD, with tools, technology, and support to start her own practice.
How can a virtual scribe service help improve patient satisfaction and engagement, increase practice revenue, streamline provider workflows, and reduce administrative burden? In this episode, we discuss these important questions and many more with Anna Graziano, Director of Privia+, and Thomas Maslen, MD, an internal medicine physician in Maryland.
Studies show remote scribes can help reduce physician burnout, enhance patient relationships, and elevate practice productivity by alleviating administrative tasks. Here are a couple of steps physicians can take to get started.
ARLINGTON, VA – June 29, 2021 – Privia Medical Group, a subsidiary of Privia Health Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: PRVA), has been named as a recipient of the 2021 MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle, sponsored by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). This is the sixth straight year that Privia has been recognized …
Digital health is on the rise for healthcare consumers, and doctors have a unique opportunity to help improve patient outcomes with healthcare apps. What are some of the best features for patients?
A new study of commercially insured patients found that bundled payments lowered costs while maintaining or improving care quality. How might these innovative arrangements reduce healthcare spending?
In this episode of Sg2 Perspectives, Drew Rector, Chief Strategy Officer at Health First, and Mike Flammini, Chief Business Development Officer at Privia Health, discuss how their partnership model, technology, and expertise in value-based care helped align physicians. READ MORE
The Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) equips physicians with the tools, technology, resources, and financial incentives to advance value-based care, improve health outcomes, and reduce costs. Siobhan Kirksey, MSN, RN, examines how states can learn from this innovative, proven model.
AI’s potential for healthcare is not limited to clinical support. The technology may also help enhance revenue cycle management, improve social determinants of health, and combat racial disparities.