How can we extract insights from the past to optimize healthcare in the future? See Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris’s deep analysis of 2021 and bold predictions for 2022. From advancing value-based care to reducing burnout, experimenting with “virtual-first” plans to improving cybersecurity, his expert examination uncovers healthcare’s most vital trends, critical challenges, and promising solutions.
Enjoy this preview of an insightful, engaging discussion between Shawn Morris, CEO of Privia Health, and Paul Keckley, Managing Editor of The Keckley Report. These industry thought leaders tackle healthcare’s most urgent and important issues: President Biden’s healthcare plan, data bias in social determinants of health, physician alignment strategies for health systems, and much more.
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!
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.
From CVS-Aetna to Cigna-Express Scripts, 2018 was a year of high-dollar megamergers and strategic partnerships. What can these alliances tell us about the current state and future of healthcare? Listen to The Break Room podcast with Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris and take a deep dive into these deals to find out!
At the 6th Mid-Atlantic Annual Celebration, Privia doctors and independent physicians from Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., corralled for an enlightening discussion about this fast-paced, ever-changing field. Held at the Canopy Hotel in Bethesda, Maryland, the event welcomed local doctors for a meet-and-greet over craft cocktails and dinner with three speakers who provided a full …
Investing in wellness is a business necessity for employers, but to fully capitalize on the promise of wellness and prevention, they must find new ways to get individuals engaged.
Increasingly, consumers are asking for, or even demanding, that technology play a larger role in their health care. In this post, learn about the next-generation capabilities that are quickly becoming requirements for successful health and wellness initiatives.