American Medical Group Association

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American Medical Group Association is listed in the Clinics Medical category in Alexandria, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Medical Group Association which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Medical Group Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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1422 Duke St
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 833-0033
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@CMSGov pushes deadline for 2018 #ACA filings, but cost sharing uncertainty remains. #Obamacare @thehill thehill.com/policy/healthc…

The CMS has proposed moving the deadline for filing 2018 public exchange applications and rates by several weeks, from May 3 to June 21. Among insurers' questions for 2018 is whether cost sharing payments will continue, but Republicans and the Justice Department asked for more time to decide whether to continue a House lawsuit challenging the assistance, and a motion granted yesterday gives them until May 22 to file an update, with 90-day deadlines to follow. via The Hill
Republican lawmakers and the Department of Justice have asked for more time Tuesday to decide whether they want to move forward in the House's lawsuit over ObamaCare's cost-sharing subsidies.


building on that success @AMGAFhealth is launching two more AI Collaboratives, including up to 40 AMGA member organ†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Our AI Collaborative improved vaccination rates for an additional 190,000 patients during a 14-month period among seven members. #AMGAcollab

From February 2015 to April 2016 seven AMGA members participated in our pilot Collaborative to improve adult immunization rates for pneumococcal and influenza, successfully achieving improved vaccination rates (an additional 190,000 patients) during the 14-month period. Based on the success achieved by our participants, AMGA Foundation (AMGAFhealth) is launching the next two groups of participants, including up to 40 AMGA member organizations, this year. The full list of participants will be announced at next month at our Annual Conference.


@JessicaZitter: while metrics can be helpful, metrics alone do not make for good patient care @Health_Affairs healthaffairs.org/blog/2017/02/2…

In a new essay Jessica Nutik Zitter, author of "Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life," writes that "while revising metrics can be helpful, metrics alone do not make for good patient care. The first requirement of good surgical care is that both the surgery performed and the care that follows are consistent with the patient’s goals of care. The name for this concept is 'goal concordant care.' Such care should always begin with an in-depth conversation between the surgeon and the patient about the patient’s values and preferences." via Health Affairs
Misleading Metrics | At the intersection of health, health care, and policy.


Wearable fitness devices don't seem to make you more fit. #health @nytimes nytimes.com/2017/02/20/ups…

if your goal is weight loss, studies show you might want to think twice about using a wearable fitness device. The evidence suggests that you may do better without one. via The New York Times
Fitbits and Apple Watches and the like may have their uses, but they don’t appear to be effective in weight loss.

CMS data from January to June 2016 showed health care professionals billed almost $35 million for advance care planning sessions with about 223,000 patients, including almost $16 million paid by Medicare. Some Republicans want to eliminate the new reimbursement, but family physicians say the payments have allowed them to schedule more end-of-life conversations with patients. via Kaiser Health News
The federal program paid $16 million in the first six months of 2016 to counsel 223,000 patients about treatment preferences in their last days.