In the face of emerging competitive market forces, how do you educate and engage patients? How do you adapt your organization for changes in patient preferences, changes in the most common diagnoses seen in your practice and changes in practice operations to meet the demands of consumer driven health?
Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Children’s Practicing Pediatricians are excited to present an interactive, three-part Practice Fitness Series to help your practice navigate the evolving health care landscape.
Hear from a couple of our Part 1 attendees:
“I really enjoyed the first part of this educational series. The presenters had some great ideas for more patient engagement and better use of social media, lactation services, and behavioral health. I walked away empowered to make some changes in my own practice.” -Autumn O’Brien, MD, Olentangy Pediatrics
“I loved the presentation. This practice had so much desire to get patients, keep patients and be known in the community. We are trying to see how some of the ideas could work in our practice. I appreciated this.” -Tina Steece, Office Manager, Pediatric Associates
Part Two - Health Reform and Practice Transformation: The Phantom Menace
January 19, 2017 | 6 - 830 p.m.
Pediatric practice is changing. We are moving away from high volume/low acuity model of care to one that emphasizes value and efficiency. What lies ahead?
Join us on January 19, 2017 from 6-8:30pm, as Dr. Kelleher helps us explore these questions.
Kelly Kelleher, MD
Director of the Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Vice President of Health Services Research
The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital
Stay tuned for the final segment of the Practice Fitness Series
Part Three - April 2017
Todd Heslep, RN, Paramedic, C-NPT
Office: (614) 355-9893 | Todd.Heslep@NationwideChildrens.org
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