Webinars

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.  Missed a webinar?  Visit our Solutions Library, search “webinar” or the title of your choice, and be directed to summaries, slides, and recordings. 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!

Upcoming Webinars

Hidden in Plain Sight: Cardiac Amyloidosis as a Cause of Heart Failure
Wednesday, February 27, 2020, at 2 p.m. ET
Rahul Deo, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Data Scientist, One Brave Idea; Lead Investigator, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Faculty Member, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Heart failure affects 6.5 million Americans and represents a substantial burden to health systems in terms of both costs and hospitalizations. Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy (ATTR-CM) is a rare, fatal, and underdiagnosed disease that can lead to heart failure. Patients affected by ATTR-CM often go years without a proper diagnosis and may cycle through multiple physicians and systems. This webinar features an expert in ATTR-CM who will discuss his system’s approach to accurately suspecting, diagnosing, and managing patients with ATTR-CM.

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Medicare Advantage Regulatory Forecast
Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at 2 p.m. ET
Darryl Drevna, Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs, and Emma Achola, Coordinator, Regulatory Affairs, AMGA
AMGA’s regulatory affairs team will provide information on the Advance Notice recently issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The presentation will review CMS’ proposed changes for the risk adjustment model for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, the use of encounter data as a diagnostic source for MA plans, and other updates to MA policies.

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