Webinars

AMGA webinars offer a convenient and cost-effective way to stay informed on the latest developments in health care. Our one-hour, live webinars cover a variety of subjects and allow you to engage with the presenters through Q&A. For more information or questions, please contact our Meetings & Education team at amgaevents@amga.org.

Interested in sponsoring webinar content to share with AMGA Members? Please contact Colleen Stern at cstern@amga.org for more information.

Unable to participate in a live webinar? Visit AMGA's Webinar Archives to access up to one year of content listings, or browse all available webinar content by visiting the AMGA Solutions Library and searching by “Resource Type”.


All webinars marked “ Eligible for Continuing Education Credit ” have been made eligible as live educational activities for which live participants may claim 1 hour of CME and ACHE Qualified Education credit. Click here for details.


 
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
12:00 pm ET
Corporate Partner Sponsored Series
Future Proof Your Medical Group: Digital Genomics to Improve Care & Drive Growth

Sponsored by Helix, Inc.

James Lu, MD, PhD, CEO and Co-Founder, Helix
Craig Newman, Chief Transformation Officer, Helix

Join us for an educational webinar on how to future-proof your medical group by leveraging digital genomic insights to improve patient care and drive strategic growth. This session will delve into the transformative potential of genomic data, offering practical guidance on integrating these insights into your healthcare organization. Learn from leading experts about the latest advancements in genomics and precision medicine, and explore how this knowledge can be utilized to enhance clinical outcomes, optimize resource allocation, and position your medical group at the forefront of healthcare innovation.
 
Thursday,
June 27, 2024
1:00 pm ET
AMGA Health Equity Series
Inclusive Healthcare for the LGBTQ+ Community


Justin Schweitzer, DO, Director, LGBTQ+ Health and Primary Care, Cooper Care Alliance

The webinar aims to equip participants with essential information to deliver fair and inclusive healthcare for the LGBTQ+ population. Participants will gain insights into important terminology, challenges in accessing equitable care for this community, and practical strategies to address disparities in healthcare delivery. Participants will also learn about Cooper Healthcare's new LGBTQ+ Center and its direct role in how Cooper provides equitable care to the LGBTQ+ community.

Wednesday, July 24, 2024
3:00 pm ET
Corporate Partner Sponsored Series
Implementing Population Health Immunization Strategies: UW Medicine Primary Care
Sponsored by Sanofi
 
Nkem Akinsoto, Assistant Director, Population Health, UW Medicine

Hear how UW Medicine has been implementing population health immunization strategies, including the role of patient navigation programs, EHR optimizations, and analytics to identify populations at risk of low vaccination coverage. 

Tuesday,
August 13, 2024
12:00 pm ET
AMGA Health Equity Series
Hiring Right: Hiring with Equitable Outcomes in Mind (Add vs. Fit)

Renita Robinson, EdD, Former Vice President, Health Equity, Prevea Health

Engage in discussion and activities elevating the health benefits of hiring with a wide diversity lens. This webinar will expand conversations of diversity in hiring practice beyond race and ethnicity to include a variety of populations experiencing disparate health outcomes linked specifically to their group affiliation. Exercises will offer information, reframes, tools, and content that will compel a response.

Tuesday,
October 15, 2024
12:00 pm ET
AMGA Health Equity Series
Collecting REaL, SOGI, and SDOH Data

DeAnna Minus-Vincent, Founder and Managing Partner, The Outcomes Architect

Garbage in, garbage out. Data drives decisions and lack of data, dirty data, or inadequate data result in poor decision-making.  As organizations continue to seek meaningful change for their employees, customers, and patients it is critical that sociodemographic data is captured in a standardized, consistent, and accurate manner. Collection of  REaL (Race, Ethnicity, and Language), SOGI (Sexual Orientation, Gender Identify), and SDOH (social drivers of health) data can prove challenging. Learn evidence based strategies to overcome objections to collecting this critical data. 

   

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