CPX Virtual Summit OnDemand

AMGA's Collaborative for Performance Excellence (CPX) Virtual Summit provided insight from healthcare industry leaders on how data can be used to improve financial performance, practice efficiency, telemedicine, total cost of care, leadership through change, and more. These sessions are now available to be viewed on-demand, at your leisure. Sessions are available to members, at no extra cost.

Session Previews

The following previews provide a sneak peak into the content available. To view all sessions in their entirety, please click the button below. Please note, your AMGA member login will be required to access this content.

Leveraging Data to Operationalize Change in the Medical Group

AMGA Consulting executives discuss how to use data to improve operational and financial efficiency. This session provides strategies to source data and demonstrates how to use it to better align providers’ compensation with their productivity, enhance clinic staffing, and facilitate a shift towards value.

Telemedicine – Balancing the New Reality

Dr. Diane George (Henry Ford Medical Group), Dr. Neeta Goel (Inova Medical Group), and Thomas Nantais (Vanderbilt University Medical Center) discuss their organizations’ recent advancements in telemedicine and their anticipated plans for post-COVID telemedicine practices.

Total Cost of Care and the Value Journey Moving Forward

This session addresses total cost of care and specific areas of opportunity within this challenging metric. During the session, presenters illustrate how CPX benchmark data can be used to identify opportunities for cost reduction that align with an organization’s value and risk priorities. This session also introduces a new CPX benchmark for ‘Per Member, Per Month’ cost.

Colorectal Cancer Screening and the Impact on Quality Initiatives post COVID

During the Winter 2020 CPX meeting in Hollywood, Florida, participants took part in a Colorectal Cancer Screening “Baby Shark Tank” activity. During this session, the shark tank panelists share their adaptive plans to refocus on colorectal cancer screening post-COVID. Specifically, they discuss what they plan to change, including evolving best practices, to get colorectal cancer screening back on track.