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Osteopathic Family Physicians
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The ACOFP Podcast is designed to provide Osteopathic Family Physicians, Residents and Students a resource to access hot topics and recorded lectures. Topics include: Updates in Immunizations, Technology in Medicine, Family/Work Balance, Clinical R ...more
The ACOFP Podcast is designed to provide Osteopathic Family Physicians, Residents and Students a resource to access hot topics and recorded lectures. Topics include: Updates in Immunizations, Technology in Medicine, Family/Work Balance, Clinical Readiness, and more.
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June 05, 2018 08:00 AM PDT
The last element of the QPP is Clinical Practice Improvement Activities. These are ways your practice has improved processes, programs and care coordination to improve outcomes and the patient experience. This podcast teaches how these activities can help your practice as well as your QPP performance score.

Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manager of Practice Enhancement and Quality Reporting
June 05, 2018 07:59 AM PDT
Advancing Care Information is the third element of the QPP. This is an attestation that focuses on how you are using your EMR to broaden your communication with referral physicians and your patients. The category of Advancing Care Information includes keeping your system secure and HIPPA compliant.

Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manager of Practice Enhancement and Quality Reporting
June 05, 2018 07:25 AM PDT
Resource Use is the second category used in QPP. Resource Use refers to the cost to the healthcare system of treating your Medicare Part B patients. This information is gathered through Medicare Claims that you file for the year. This podcast shows how CMS figures your Resource Use score. Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manager of Practice Enhancement and Quality Reporting
June 05, 2018 07:52 AM PDT
Quality is the most important element of the CMS Quality Payment Program. This podcast summarizes the process for tracking quality outcomes during the year. It gives examples of quality measures for family physicians and how they are calculated and reported. The podcast also explains how population health can be used to improve outcomes and simplify identifying those patients who need care interventions to improve outcomes and reduce cost to the healthcare system.

Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manager of Practice Enhancement and Quality Reporting
February 21, 2018 11:42 AM PST
The first in the series of Quality Payment Program (QPP) podcast episodes explains what is new for 2018. It also provides a brief overview of the four categories that determine your performance score – and your incentive or penalty adjustment – Quality, Resource Use, Advancing Care Information and Clinical Practice Improvement Activities. Future podcasts will present a deeper dive into understanding each category of the QPP individually.

Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manager of Practice Enhancement and Quality Reporting
May 14, 2018 01:23 PM PDT
Nicole Bixler, DO, MBA, FACOFP discusses the various Alternative Payment Models, Medicare Advantage, Capitated Plans and Comprehensive Primary Care Plus in this podcast. She will cover key characteristics of each model to help decide which might be right for your family medicine practice.
February 21, 2018 11:46 AM PST
Jay Shubrook, DO, FACOFP, FAAFP, Professor Primary Care Department, Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, shares important information about the new CMS Diabetes Prevention Program. Dr. Shubrook discusses how to access resources and set up the program. He also explains the payments for physicians who enroll patients and the parameters for successful completion.
November 15, 2017 10:52 AM PST
Christopher Scuderi, DO discusses how successful practices place importance on creating shared and individual goals so the team clearly understands their “why.” Insuring that everyone knows their roles and responsibilities and is educated and empowered to do their tasks exclusively saves time and resources. Physician-led mutual respect is essential for teams to function properly. Dr. Scuderi gives examples of effective communications and conflict resolution, as well as suggestions for team building that are simple and applicable to most family medicine offices. Dr. Scuderi also reviews the importance of having measurable goals and outcomes and how focusing on lead measures can make a difference.
November 15, 2017 10:28 AM PST
Christopher Scuderi, DO presents how team-based care may help your practice balance the many challenges of being a Family Physician today. The change to a value-based healthcare system and implementation of the CMS Quality Payment Program are likely the two greatest challenges. Team-based care can provide solutions for Family Physicians, eligible professionals and staff, which can help to streamline the day-to-day processes in the office. Dr. Scuderi discusses the five key elements of team-based care and how he has successfully implemented them in his practice.
August 29, 2017 06:32 AM PDT
Lisa Kilawee, Vice President of Caravan Health, discusses what makes an ACO successful, what it can mean financially for physicians and how it affects patients. She also shares case studies in Part 2 of the Accountable Care Organizations ACOFP series.
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