Today many medical groups feel overwhelmed by the need for
comparative data. AMGA understands the challenges inherent in mining and
reporting data critical to the successful operation of a medical group.
By using AMGA's comprehensive data resources, medical groups are able to
benchmark their performance against other groups on both a national and
A for-profit informatics and analytic company
formed to transform comprehensive healthcare information into
actionable knowledge and accountable, evidence-based practice. This
data warehouse is the only national effort to collect and share
critical information across non-affiliated medical group
organizations. Anceta LLC is a subsidiary of AMGA, extending AMGA's
tradition of collaborative quality improvement and best-practices
sharing among AMGA member medical groups and other organized systems
of care. Using
Humedica's unique clinical analytics platform, Anceta
facilitates data-driven shared learning among AMGA members to
enhance value in population health. Anceta illuminates the
relationships between care process, patient outcomes, and cost - all
the elements of the value equation.
- Patient Satisfaction Benchmarking
Program is a low- cost standardized
process for collecting
data that enables groups to compare results to other leading groups
across the country.
- Provider Satisfaction Benchmarking
Program is a standardized process for
collecting data on
that enables groups to compare results to medical groups throughout the
Employee Satisfaction and Engagement Benchmarking Program is
a standardized process for collecting data on
satisfaction and engagement that enables groups to compare
results to medical groups through the country.
Compensation and Financial Survey
features the latest data on compensation for healthcare
professionals and on medical group financial operations, along with
analysis of compensation trends. Data provides national averages and
is broken down for various comparisons, including by region and
Physician Retention Survey
compiles benchmark physician retention data to illuminate the
issues, strategies, and best practices that AMGA member groups
Advanced Practice Clinician Survey provides invaluable insight
into Advanced Practice Clinician (APC) compensation levels, trends
and practices. Data reflects compensation data for nurse
practitioners, physician assistants and other APCs by sub-specialty.
investigates the experience of physicians and mid-levels regarding
the implementation and utilization of Electronic Health Record and
Practice Management systems, with a particular focus on identifying
the key success factors to capturing the benefits offered by these
Emergency Department Call Coverage Survey highlights
call coverage physician perspectives and data through a series of
qualitative and quantitative questions related to call burden,
payment rates, and specific strategies for reducing the call burden.
Capitation and Risk Contracting Survey addresses the
most common strategies and resources medical groups use to manage
risk contacts effectively and explores the experiences medical
groups are having administering risk contacts with health plans.
Pay-for-Performance (P4P) Survey explores the medical
group experience with P4P by assessing its prevalence, exploring
design and structural elements, and sharing the attitudes of medical
group leaders on the movement.
Transitioning to Accountable Care Survey provides data
on healthcare organizations' understanding of strategic
communications to the success of accountable care initiatives and
using communications resources to manage change.