AMGA recognizes that your time is important and you can’t always leave the office to participate in our face to face networking and learning opportunities. Webinars are an excellent way to connect for an hour out of your day and keep on top of your most pressing issues and challenges. In addition to our calendar of education focused topics, AMGA members in learning collaboratives participate in webinars on a monthly basis as part of their benefits. Interested in providing content for webinars or sponsoring? Contact Colleen Stern to learn about how your corporate partner membership can be used to get your message out to AMGA’s members!

Missed a Webinar? Be sure to visit AMGA's Webinar Archive Library to view past presentations.


Knowledge Share: How The Iowa Clinic Used Digital Solutions to Respond to the Pandemic & How to Prepare for the Future
Wednesday, August 19, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. ET
Tyler S. Dettmann, Senior Manager of Patient Services, The Iowa Clinic; and Alyssa LaHaie, Account Manager, Experian Health

Uncertainty has been a hallmark of COVID-19. However, one fact has remained constant; digital care delivery solutions are a crucial part of the evolutionary process for all medical groups and health systems. During this webinar, Iowa Clinic will explain how its digital strategy helped mitigate the severity of financial losses it suffered at the hands of COVID-19. They will also share strategies other AMGA members can utilize to create or enhance their own digital strategy as they prepare for a potential second wave of COVID-19, another global pandemic, or even just the new care delivery norms of a post-COVID world.




Calendar Year 2021 Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program Proposed Rule-Overview
Thursday, August 27, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. ET
Darryl Drevna, M.A., Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs, AMGA; Emma Achola, Coordinator, Regulatory Affairs

Presenters will discuss proposed CMS policies under the physician fee schedule including:

  • New telehealth policies
  • E/M changes
  • Updates to the Medicare Shared Savings Program
  • Updates to the Quality Payment Program
  • Other policies





Point of Care Support: Decisions for Better Workflow and Planning
Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. ET
Kimberly Hansen, Director of Point of Care Solutions, UnitedHealthcare

Our industry is feeling the pain of enormous administrative burden and inefficiencies in an ecosystem that is made up of disparate parts with little coordination and each taking time and energy away from providers caring for their patients. In order to make effective point-of-care decisions, providers, patients, payers, and other service providers must have complete and accurate information that is readily accessible.

UnitedHealthcare is committed to serving care providers by introducing new ways to simplify and personalize the system, facilitate real-time data capture and bi-directional exchange to enhance the quality, improve the experience and optimize clinical decision-making.

The Point of Care Solutions session will show how UnitedHealthcare is creating a system for the care provider community that will facilitate seamless and more intelligent interactions. Point of Care Assist encompasses a portfolio of services designed to streamline daily workflow, improve patient care, and reduce physician burnout. Attendees will learn how this solution can be directly within their Electronic Medical Record.




Improving Clinical and Economic Outcomes with Nutrition Care: Real World Evidence from US Hospitals and Primary Care Clinics
Wednesday, November 18, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. ET
Kirk Kerr, Ph.D., Senior Manager, Global Health Economics & Outcomes Research, Abbott Nutrition; Suela Sulo, Ph.D., Director, Global Health Economics & Outcomes Research, Abbott Nutrition

Value-based healthcare encourages primary care providers to refocus on the fundamentals of good health, with diet and lifestyle at the forefront. Poor nutrition is a common occurrence in the outpatient setting in patients with chronic conditions as well as those recently discharged from the hospital. Up to 1 in 3 older adults is either at risk of becoming or is already is poorly nourished.

Nutritional interventions, including the use of oral nutritional supplements and/or meal replacements, is a low-cost, low-risk solution clinically proven to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs, yet is rarely incorporated into patient-centered care to achieve these goals.

This webinar will demonstrate how a large hospital system and a primary care practice adopted a nutrition quality improvement program consisting of early identification of nutrition risk, intervention and education to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.