Ideas from recognized healthcare leaders can accelerate your success. The NextGen Advisors podcast provides a treasure trove of insights to help navigate challenges from COVID-19 to value-based care. Hear from a multidisciplinary team of experts who bring decades of diverse experience in healthcare strategy, regulatory affairs, population health, patient engagement, connected health, financial management, and clinical care.
PCR is the most widely used diagnostic to test coronavirus, providing a simple yes-no answer to the question of whether a patient is infected. Following on a recent blog explaining some of the statistical concepts behind testing for COVID-19, this week the NextGen Advisors delve into some issues regarding PCR testing and its value to support public health and policy decisions.
In this episode, the NextGen® Advisors are joined by government affairs advisor, Chris Emper to discuss the potential game-changing impact of CMS’s proposed 2021 Physician Fee Schedule. Tune in to learn more about how these payment changes could affect your practice’s staffing, workflow, documentation requirements and revenue.
In this episode, the NextGen Advisors discuss a recent article from Annals of Internal Medicine on the role of medical students during the COVID pandemic and the recommendation by the American Association of Medical Colleges suggesting medical students should not be involved in any direct patient care activities during the pandemic. Listen to the podcast to hear the pros and cons.
The COVID-19 pandemic has unmasked the critical interplay between mental and physical health, and reinforced the importance of integrating these services to meet the overall needs of patients. In this podcast, the NextGen Advisors discuss the opportunities and challenges of integrating behavioral health with physical medicine.
Developing a vaccine for COVID-19 is critical to defeating the virus and ending this terrible pandemic. Unprecedented progress toward a potential vaccine has been made in record time, with many innovative approaches being deployed across the world to achieve this progress. On this podcast, the NextGen Advisors discuss the significant scientific, logistical and ethical challenges this effort raises.
The NextGen Advisors recently published a blog about the growing role of pharmacists in the practice of the future. On this episode, the advisors discuss the evolving role of pharmacists in relation to ambulatory practice, an evolution that has sped up in certain aspects as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic this year.
In this episode, the NextGen® Advisors discuss key takeaways from a recent webinar with leaders from various community health centers across the U.S. They discuss how CHCs are evolving to meet the needs of their communities and addressing changes in the national healthcare system, as well as rising to the challenges of the current COVID-19 health crisis.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the opioid epidemic was exacting a phenomenal toll on U.S. citizens. Several recent articles in the Annals of Internal Medicine have highlighted the significant problem resulting from the collision of these two epidemics. In this episode, the NextGen® Advisors talk about how the healthcare system can best respond.
Walgreens and VillageMD announced that Walgreens will be the first national pharmacy chain to offer full-service doctor offices. On this episode, NextGen Advisors discuss the potential impact this disruptive development may have on primary care, FQHCs, and patient-provider relationships. Tune in now to listen.
With the sudden emergence of virtual visits and the associated challenges, the NextGen Advisors continue to explore topics relevant to ambulatory care. In this episode, you will find out what all these changes may mean for the future of the medical practice team.
With the pandemic shifting from front page headlines amidst worldwide demonstrations against racism, NextGen Advisors take a moment to reflect on COVID-19 related issues we are likely to encounter in the months ahead in the new podcast episode.
This week’s podcast hosted by NextGen Healthcare’s CMO Dr. Betty Rabinowitz explores insights from recent discussions and polling conducted by NextGen® Advisors with leaders from large ambulatory practices across the United States. Topics include the current and future role of virtual visits, shifts in practice revenue tied to fee for service, and the potential impact of disruptive market players.
Hear our experts discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on routine care. With the volume of routine doctor visits still lingering at a 30% drop from previous months, things like yearly physicals, pediatric vaccines, and screenings have all seen a dramatic decrease. How will this affect the future care?
The NextGen Advisor's podcast this week, hosted by Principal Graham Brown and featuring Dr. Marty Lustick and Dr. Betty Rabinowitz, focuses on the devastating impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on nursing homes across the country.
Thus far, NextGen® Advisors blog articles have focused on the current COVID-19 pandemic, its impact, and implications for the future of healthcare. In this week’s podcast, we will discuss how providers may need to reconsider their approach to various strategic themes as we emerge from the current crisis.
Join today's host, Graham Brown, Senior Vice President with NextGen Advisors, and Christopher Emper, NextGen's Government Affairs Advisor as they discuss today's topic: the impact of legislative and regulatory changes in response to the COVID-19 crisis and the impact of those changes on healthcare providers.
In this week’s podcast, Nextgen Advisors build on their April 29th blog, ”A Strategy Pivot for COVID-19?”, discussing the longer term implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for practices. As providers have made rapid adaptations in response to the current crisis, many are already thinking about what the future may hold as we enter into the “new normal”.
Join Graham Brown, Senior Vice President with NextGen Advisors, Dr. Martin Lustick, Senior Vice President with NextGen Advisors, and Dr. Betty Rabinowitz, Chief Medical Officer of NextGen Healthcare for an ongoing discussion about current healthcare topics and challenges. Today's topic: Quality Measurement in Healthcare.