Success in Value-Based Care: Accountable Care Program Seeks to Fill a Void

The future of the Accountable Care Act may be uncertain, but the move to value-based care is here to stay. As a physician, you’re prepared to diagnose and treat, but what about all the nonclinical issues like billing and patient flow that come your way? 

TMA’s 2017 Accountable Care Leadership Program will help you lead successful, outcomes-based improvements in your practice. This 10-month, in-depth course guides physicians through leadership fundamentals and effective population health management that is patient-centered, cost-effective, and equitable. Applications are due Feb. 17, so enroll today. Physicians will strengthen their existing leadership and management skills, shifting from the individual physician-patient level to a broader examination of issues at a systemic level. Course material is transferable to any specialty or practice setting and includes more than 95 hours of continuing medical education, as well as a certificate from The University of Texas at Dallas.  

If you're ready to take the next step and successfully lead your practice through significant changes in the health care system, enroll in TMA’s Accountable Care Leadership Program. The program starts Feb. 27. For complete details, visit the TMA website.  

Action, Feb. 1, 2017

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May 01, 2019