Friday, March 29, 2013
Learn about payment models that support high-value care
An AMA webinar at 7 p.m. Eastern time April 2 will explore new payment models that reward high-value, team-based care rather than the volume of services provided. Register today to participate.
This fifth webinar in an ongoing series hosted by the AMA Innovators Committee will take a look at new payment models that can sustain the delivery reforms discussed in previous webinars over the long term.
Physician innovators who have implemented payment reforms that work will describe a variety of payment models, relate the pros and cons of each model, and speak to how accountability for cost and quality can be shared among stakeholders.
Future webinars will delve deeper into the mechanics of new payment models and how to customize a model to fit the physician's practice.
The first three webinars in the series are archived for on-demand viewing, and a recording of the fourth webinar will be available later this month.
Physicians can earn continuing medical education credit in the form of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ by participating in or viewing any of the webinars in this series. Registration is free for AMA members; nonmembers can sign up for $30. If you're not an AMA member, join today.
Connect with your peers: Join AMA's LinkedIn group
Whether you're on social media to keep up with the latest innovations in health care, learn from your peers or find a new job, the AMA's LinkedIn group has something for you.
Join this group of more than 10,000 people to connect with your colleagues from across the country. Group members start and participate in dozens of discussions each week, sharing the latest research and developments in health care and offering their thoughts and experiences on the issues.
Discussions often revolve around such key topics as clinical research and innovations, health IT, Medicare issues, health care costs and regulatory updates.
The AMA's LinkedIn group also is an excellent career networking tool, listing hundreds of open positions across the country in a wide variety of specialties and practice settings.
Become a part of the AMA's LinkedIn group today. Both AMA members and nonmembers are welcome. If you're not one of the 200 million people already on LinkedIn, you can create a free account to get started.