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.

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Special Encore: Thursday, May 26 |  2:00 p.m. (ET)The Seven Domains That Lead to High Performance

Fred Horton, M.H.A., Senior Principal, HPPE Program
Kevin McCune, M.D., Physician Executive, HPPE Program
Jill Powelson, Dr.PH., M.P.H., M.B.A., R.N., C.P.C., Principal, HPPE Program

As medical groups continue to evolve, it has become more difficult for multispecialty medical groups to find comparable benchmarks or definitive ways to judge if they’re succeeding, existing, or faltering.

AMGA’s High-Performing Physician Enterprise Program provides an opportunity to address this challenge. This webinar will review the seven domains of HPPE, AMGA’s proprietary assessment for multispecialty medical groups. The session will also highlight the HPPE program measures, and the manner in which HPPE assesses medical group performance and provides guidance for organizations to course-correct where needed to achieve resiliency.

Examples include:

  • Financial and Operational alignment in key performance areas
  • Identifying issues related to physician burnout and satisfaction
  • Clinical care indicators for high performance
  • Uncovering strengths and opportunities in Governance and Leadership

What is HPPE?

The High Performing Physician Enterprise program is a comprehensive review of your medical group, with both comparative benchmarking data in key functional areas, and a collaborative structure so that you can share and learn from other high-performing AMGA member participants. HPPE will empower your leadership team by providing insight, clarity, and focus by providing a snapshot assessment of current performance and a roadmap towards future improvement.

May 26  

Increasing Vaccine Confidence Through AIMS Methodology
Wednesday June 8, 2022  |  3:00 p.m. (ET)
Amy Nicholas, Pharm.D., Director, Medical Value and Outcomes, Vaccines at Sanofi

This webinar will focus on how to use a behavior-centered approach to build trust and increase the effectiveness of your conversations with patients and/or their caregivers on healthy vaccine behaviors. Attendees will learn how to sustain vaccine confidence and increase your vaccine rates through these more effective conversations.


Comprehensive Care for Chronic Lung Disease: A Population Health Approach
Tuesday, June 14, 2022  |  12:00 p.m. (ET)
Franck Rahaghi, M.D., M.H.S., Director of the Advanced Lung Disease Program, Director of the Alpha-1 Foundation Clinical Resource Center, and the Chairman of the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care, Cleveland Clinic Florida.

Join this webinar to learn about chronic lung disease and the burden it presents to a healthcare system; ways that a systematic approach (i.e., population health) can have broad impacts; the genetic cause of COPD and how simple interventions can improve health outcomes in COPD; and Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD), and the and genetic testing for AATD, which can help improve the rate of diagnosis.

Targeted Tech, Magnified Effect: Leveraging Digital and Technology Optimizations to Increase Cancer Screening Rates
Wednesday, October 26, 2022  |  12:00 p.m. (ET)
Cybele Pacheco, M.D., M.B.A., FAAFP, Director, Senior Focused Care, Geisinger Health System
Katie Lawrence, M.H.A., CMPE, Executive Director, Ambulatory Optimization & Integration, Prisma Health Medical Group
Kaitlyn May, M.B.A., Population Health Supervisor, Yale New Haven Health - Northeast Medical Group
Durado D. Brooks, M.D., M.P.H., Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Screening, Exact Sciences 

Early cancer detection is a key component of health systems’ prevention capabilities and population health initiatives. With many competing priorities, it’s critical to take the friction out of screening to get as many patients screened as possible. Across the country, health systems of all sizes and scopes are taking advantage of digital capabilities and health information technology optimizations to increase screening rates, improve patient experience, reduce provider burnout and meet quality metrics. Join this session to learn directly from health system leaders who will outline opportunities and key success factors on how to target tech-based solutions for a magnified effect on improving CRC screening rates.



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