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Medical group executive resources to transform primary care

    Patient expectations for primary care have never been higher. As the primary care landscape becomes increasingly competitive, physician and medical group executives need to craft an innovative primary care strategy that delivers on market demands

    We’ve compiled our top resources to help you answer four essential questions about your primary care strategy:

    1. Question one: How will we remain competitive in primary care?
    2. Question two: How will our primary care strategy advance population health?
    3. Question three: How will we effectively deploy primary care team roles?
    4. Question four: How will we overcome remaining barriers to primary care transformation?

    Question one: How will we remain competitive in primary care?

    10 Imperatives for primary care today
    Yesterday's primary care innovations are today's baseline expectations. Here are 10 foundational imperatives to stay competitive.

    The future of primary care
    Learn how leading medical groups compete on primary care innovation. Read about emerging trends and new strategies.

    Consumer preferences for a primary care clinic
    We surveyed patients about their preferences when choosing a new primary care clinic. See the results.

    Question two: How will our primary care strategy advance population health?

    Integrating psychosocial risk factors into ongoing care
    Left unaddressed, psychosocial needs drive avoidable utilization and excess spending. Learn how your peers uncover patient needs and tailor interventions accordingly.

    Primary care models for geriatric patients
    Health systems must adapt their delivery model to meet the needs of geriatric patients. Download our market scan of four delivery models.

    Advancing your approach to ambulatory care management
    Leading organizations tailor care services based on patient need. Learn how you can advance ambulatory care management.

    PCP-specialist care compact development toolkit
    Effective care compacts can improve care coordination. Implement care compacts with our action steps and tools.

    Improving PCP referrals to care management
    Follow four steps to integrate PCPs into care management. Facilitate collaboration with our tools.

    Question three: How will we effectively deploy primary care team roles?

    Primary care team task allocation guide
    Use this Excel-based tool to reallocate tasks across the entire care team to maximize ROI and top-of-license practice. Download the tool.

    How to scale team-based primary care
    Succeeding under risk successfully requires extending the care team. To learn more read the report.

    Primary care roles 101
    As you expand the care team, identify which roles you'll need to invest in. Get the cheat sheets.

    Ready-to-use slides on primary care transformation
    Make the case for new staff in team-based care. Use our ready-made slides.

    Question four: How will our organization overcome remaining barriers to transformation?

    How Covid-19 will impact telehealth
    Telehealth has pivoted from "nice-to-have" to baseline expectation. Read our take.

    You promised a telehealth revolution after Covid-19. Don't backslide now.
    Executives need to follow through on telehealth innovations to stay competitive. Learn how to hardwire your initiatives.

    Report from the frontier of physician compensation
    Salary-based compensation models are becoming more common among medical groups. See how physician pay is evolving.

    Covid-19 has suspended long-standing clinical norms and turned the financial position of clinicians on its head.

    This has opened a window of opportunity for health care executives to advance much needed changes that clinicians historically resisted. Health care executives should act now to take advantage of this limited window. Read on for our four recommendations to promote clinician-led change.

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