Webconference Recording

Physician Practice Roundtable 2016-17 National Summit Recap

About this Series

Payment changes under MACRA are coming. Physicians are reporting record levels of burn out. Mega groups are consolidating physician practices across the country. How do you remain a strong independent medical group amid these challenges?

The 2016-17 Physician Practice Roundtable National Summit addressed this question and helped independent provider executives identify the necessary investments, partnerships, and workforce enhancements to ensure medical group sustainability amid a changing health care policy and provider landscape.

If you couldn't attend, or want to review what you learned or share it with your team, this webconference series will recap the research presentations from the summit.

Past Events In Series

Partnering with Mega Groups: What Independent Physician Leaders Need to Know

Learn about one of the most common strategic capital partners in the market, National Practice Companies, and how these organizations typically form relationships with independent medical groups.

Combating Physician Burnout

The unrelenting pace of change in today’s health care landscape is leading to record levels of physician burnout. View this on-demand presentation how to identify the key drivers of burnout at your organization and mitigate further detriment to your physicians, your patients, and your business.

Rethinking Your Medicare Risk Strategy Under MACRA

Learn the advantages of taking on risk under MACRA and how to strategically select the Medicare risk model that's right for your group.

The 2017 State of the Union: Health Care Reform Beyond the ACA

The health care industry is in a period of tremendous uncertainty. Watch this presentation to learn what our experts are saying about the new administration's ACA repeal and replacement plan.

Playbook for Maximizing Your Performance Under MIPS

Get nine tips to help providers maximize reporting and performance under the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System.