Best Practices and Analytics
AMGA brings members together to develop and disseminate best practices in clinical care and operations. Through the AMGA Foundation programs, we enable you to develop and share best practices in patient care and organizational transformation. AMGA also offers various resources for using data to improve clinical and operational performance.
AMGA Collaboratives are shared-learning programs that compile evidence of best practices and are designed specifically for medical organizations that are striving to improve the care of patients with chronic conditions, preventable illnesses and organizational performance. The goal of the Collaboratives is to create a community of knowledge that can help participants accelerate systematic change and make lasting breakthroughs in quality patient care and service that meets or exceeds patient expectations.
Annual surveys on compensation and productivity, financial operations, benefits, and physician recruitment and retention to help you remain competitive in your market.
Member best practices and other strategies for successful medical group operations highlighting content from conferences, regional meetings, and webinars, as well as videos, articles from Group Practice Journal, whitepapers, best practice case studies, and other tools and resources.
For decades, AMGA Foundation has supported and disseminated research on better ways to deliver coordinated, evidence-based, patient-centered health care. Our National Campaigns build on the successes that emerged from our Best Practices Learning Collaboratives and mobilize AMGA members to improve care and patient outcomes for the most pressing chronic conditions.
AMGA leverages rich data resources and health services research methods—granular benchmarks, predictive analytics, and rigorous implementation science (studying what works) to improve practice. We help AMGA members innovate care delivery processes, evaluate interventions, and promote rapid improvement in outcomes at lower overall cost, for patient populations.