March 14, 2023
The California Medical Association’s (CMA) practice transformation efforts support physicians and their organizations to thrive in a variety of care delivery models through the provision of at-the-elbow coaching and technical assistance support. The CMA Physician Services Organization (PSO) is hosting several webinars in April geared towards helping practices thrive in an ever-changing health care landscape. These webinars are free to all interested parties.
Leading the Charge: Embedding Health Equity into the Forefront of Value Based Care
Thursday, April 6, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
Despite the successes demonstrated by accountable care organizations (ACOs) over the last decade, health disparities remain a critical and ever-growing challenge. ACOs have the potential to advance health equity, but without intentionality and guardrails in place, they are also in a position to worsen existing health disparities. For ACOs to truly succeed in improving patient health outcomes for all, it's imperative that health equity is kept at the forefront of value-based care efforts. Click here to register.
CMA Data Exchange Explainer Series #2: Data Exchange Policy and Legal Environment
Thursday, April 13, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
Over the next three years, California’s Data Exchange Framework will require all physician practices to exchange data with other practices, health plans, hospitals and others. To help physicians prepare for this change, CMA has partnered with the California Health and Human Services Agency to develop the “CMA Data Exchange Explainer Series.” This webinar is the second in a series that will walk practices through the various considerations in implementing robust data exchange. Learn more – and view other webinars in the series – at cmadocs.org/DxF.
Introduction to Value-Based Care for Physicians
Thursday, April 20, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
CMA’s PSO is proud to partner with Integrated Healthcare Association to provide this webinar and other resources to help physician practices, community health centers and other stakeholders improve encounter data quality. Click here to register.