The American Medical Association (AMA) has developed resources for physicians to gain the tools you need to overcome barriers and restore the joy in your practice of medicine. AMA STEPS Forward® practice innovation strategies offer real-world solutions to the challenges that your practice is confronting today.
New AMA STEPS Forward® Toolkits:
Collective Trauma Toolkit: Respond Effectively as an Organization
Gain actionable STEPS, practical tools, and supporting resources to help your organization respond effectively to collective trauma now and in the future.
Telehealth Integration and Optimization Toolkit
Integrate and optimize telehealth in your practice in a sustainable way.
AMA STEPS Forward® Innovation Academy Virtual Events:
Improving Environmental Stability in your Medical Practice
Wednesday, January 18, 11:00 am CT
Michael Tutty, PhD, MHA, group vice president of AMA Professional Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability, and Todd Sack, MD, FACP of Mygreendoctor.org, present the benefits of going green and effective strategies to implement throughout your practice in this live AMA STEPS Forward® webinar.
Private Practice Simple Solutions: Telehealth
Tuesday, Jan. 24, 10:15 am CT
This free four-week learning session offers support with continuing to leverage telehealth to provide patient care in a private practice setting.
Closing the Digital Health Disconnect: A Blueprint for Optimizing Digitally Enabled Care
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 11:00 am CT
This pre-recorded panel discusses the 2022 Future of Health report and is followed by a live Q&A. Jointly developed by the AMA and Manatt Health.
AMA STEPS Forward® Podcast Episodes:
Mental Health Counseling for Physicians and APPs
Dr. Rob McGregor, Chief Medical Officer and Pediatric Hospitalist at Akron Children’s Hospital, shares his experience creating a strategic program that provides free and confidential mental health services for physicians and APPs. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
Annie’s Place: First-of-Its-Kind Free Childcare for Patients
Dr. Kavita Bhavan, Chief Innovation Officer at Parkland Health and Hospital System, and Natalie Boyle, founder of Mommies in Need, discuss Annie’s Place: a center at Parkland Hospital that provides free and safe childcare for children of patients, as well as backup childcare for first responders and frontline health care workers. Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
Debunking Regulatory Myths: Mental Health
Does the Joint Commission and the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) require that medical licensing boards, credentialing bodies and professional liability insurance carriers ask applicants about any past history of mental illness or substance use disorder on licensure, credentialing and other applications?
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