IN EPISODE TWENTY-SEVEN of The Break Room, we talk with two pediatricians — Drs. Monica Manocha and Damien Mitchell — about the specialty’s unique issues, the role of pediatricians today, vaccines, value-based care, and much more!
As health system consolidation continues, leaders are searching for innovative alternatives to gain a competitive advantage. To lend his insights and expertise on the topic, our guest today is Frank Letherby, CEO of Privia Medical Group — Florida. We discuss the challenges and opportunities health systems face when it comes to finding a partner, thriving …
IN EPISODE TWENTY-FIVE of The Break Room, we discuss issues in women’s healthcare, such as ways to optimize the patient experience for women, tools to offset the OB-GYN shortage, and the state of value-based care. Our guest is Melissa Montague, Vice President and General Manager, Privia Women’s Health and Pediatrics.
IN EPISODE TWENTY-FOUR of The Break Room, we examine the challenges providers face in transitioning to value-based care and share tips to avoid common mistakes. Our guests are Rick Foerster, Senior Vice President of Value-Based Operations at Privia Health, and Sam Starbuck, Vice President of Privia Quality Network, a high-performance accountable care organization.
IN EPISODE TWENTY-THREE of The Break Room, we discuss clinical informatics with Nele Jessel, MD. Learn how including the “clinical voice” in programs and technology can improve providers’ workflows and satisfaction!
IN EPISODE TWENTY-TWO of The Break Room, Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris discusses interoperability, healthcare waste, patient consumerism, and other trends that shaped 2019. We also look ahead at 2020 to forecast the “Next Big Things” in healthcare.
IN EPISODE TWENTY-ONE of The Break Room, Joseph DeVeau, MD, MHL, discusses his firsthand experiences with burnout, both as a doctor and a researcher. We discuss the individual and structural causes of burnout as well as technological tools and leadership strategies to combat this widespread, overlooked epidemic.