Non-AMGA Meetings of Interest

CHESS 5th Annual Move to Value Summit
August 19-21, 2018
Winston Salem, NC
AMGA’s president and chief executive officer, Jerry Penso, M.D., M.B.A., will be a highlighted speaker at CHESS' 5th Annual Move to Value Summit, hosted by CHESS Health Enablement Solutions. Attendees will learn about how quality, utilization, HCC coding, technology solutions, payer contracting, and maximizing the use of social determinate information relates to their value-based journey.

AMGA members on the agenda, in addition to Dr. Penso, include:

  • Julie Freischlag, M.D., FRCS Ed (Hon), Chief Executive Officer, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
  • William Satterwhite, J.D., M.D., Chief Wellness Officer, Wake Forest Baptist Health
  • Elisabeth Stambaugh, M.D., M.M.M., Chief Medical Officer, Wake Forest Health Network
  • Grace Emerson Terrell, M.D., M.M.M., FACP, FACPE, Chief Executive Officer, Envision Genomics, and General Internist, Wake Forest Baptist Healthcare Cornerstone Internal Medicine

American Health Lawyers Association’s Fraud & Compliance Forum
September 26-28, 2018
Baltimore, MD
AMGA Consulting will be exhibiting at AHLA’s 2018 Fraud & Compliance Forum. Attendees are encouraged to visit the booth to learn about AMGA’s services, including physician/provider compensation and fair market value.

National Obesity Care Week (NOCW)
October 7-13, 2018
AMGA is a proud supporter of National Obesity Care Week and encourages members to become involved.

Today, more than 92 million Americans are affected by the disease of obesity. They face weight bias, stigmatization, and a world that misunderstands their disease and how to treat it. Because of this, half of the people with obesity report they have never had a conversation about their weight with a healthcare professional (HCP), and only 4 in 10 patients say they have been counseled about their weight by a HCP.

To help overcome the lack of evidence-based care; the Obesity Action Coalition (OAC), The Obesity Society (TOS), the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA), the STOP Obesity Alliance and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) launched National Obesity Care Week in 2015 with a vision to create a society that understands, respects and accepts the complexities of obesity and values science-based care. NOCW plans to achieve this vision through enhanced social media awareness, expanded fact-based understanding, and facilitation of the shift to science-based treatments for those living with obesity.

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