From integrating data to optimizing UX, Fernando Porter, MD, shares firsthand insights to help you offer a “first-class” telehealth experience.
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.
Recent research shows that the majority of healthcare leaders believe remote patient monitoring (RPM) will create a “new standard of care” over the next two years. However, less than half of surveyed physicians currently use the technology. What strategies can help spur the adoption and utilization of this promising technology?
Many physicians today are searching for a partner to help boost performance, increase revenue, and reduce administrative burden so that doctors can focus on what they do best: caring for their patients. Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris and Chief Clinical Officer Keith Fernandez, MD, share the top six factors for evaluating a physician enablement organization. From tech-driven to capital-efficient, here are the essential qualities of a high-performance partner!
New studies show that, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, patients will expect greater communication from their primary care physicians and more accessibility from the healthcare system. How can physicians get ahead of these changes?
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.
Google recently announced two new healthcare-specific artificial intelligence (AI) tools designed to gather insights from unstructured medical text. How might these tools reduce administrative work, avoid errors, improve the patient experience, and lower physician burnout?
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.