How can we elevate independent pediatricians to improve health outcomes, drive value-based care, and overcome obstacles, such as workforce shortages and burnout?
The “Gen Z Effect” has hit healthcare and studies show that these engaged patients want to be asked about their social, physical, and economic environments.
Too often, medical groups fixate on metrics at the expense of culture. How can they foster accountability and physician engagement to improve performance and outcomes?
A high-performance medical group is more than outstanding Patient CSat and Provider NPS scores. What dimensions do data and quantitative measures fail to capture?
In this candid Q&A, Charlotte Grayson, MD, reflects on work-life balance, burnout triggers, equitable care, and the joys of sharing books with patients.
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?
The U.S. healthcare system contributes to about 10 percent of the nation’s global carbon footprint. However, the tenets of value-based care may reduce our carbon emissions while improving patient outcomes.
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.
From virtual scribes to mobile apps, data aggregation to direct scheduling, physicians today have a smorgasbord of technologies to drive value-based care. Read thought leader and Privia Health Chief Technology Officer Chris Voigt’s expert analysis of ways that digital tools can enable physicians, ease the volume-to-value transition, and boost performance.
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.