Patient-centered medical homes evolving to include specialists are creating new medical neighborhoods. These integrated systems of care can take on more risk and truly manage population health across the spectrum of care.
Listen to pre-conference comments from Dr. Terry McGeeney.
Medical Home Neighborhoods: Uplinking Specialists To Create Integrated Systems of Care, a November 20th webinar, now available for replay, examines the trend toward medical neighborhoods and effective strategies for building out the neighborhood. Terry McGeeney, MD, MBA, director of BDC Advisors shares his expertise in developing these systems of care.
You will learn:
- How to identify specialists to participate in a medical neighborhood;
- How to engage specialists in the medical neighborhood;
- How to help physicians understand the link between meaningful use, the patient centered medical home and medical neighborhoods;
- Care coordination across the neighborhood; and
- Lessons learned in building medical neighborhoods.
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You can attend this program right in your office and enjoy significant savings — no travel time or hassle; no hotel expenses. It's so convenient! Invite your staff members to gather around a conference table to listen to the conference.
WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS CONFERENCE?
Presidents/CEOs, CFOs, chief operating officers, vice presidents, medical directors, analysts, business development executives, consultants, directors, executive directors, financial/business managers, marketing executives, principals and strategic planning executives.
ABOUT OUR PANELIST:
Terry McGeeney, M.D., M.B.A., is a director at BDC Advisors.
McGeeney brings nearly 30 years of experience as a board-certified family physician, including more than a decade in rural solo practice where he practiced the full spectrum of family medicine, including obstetrics; extensive emergency room experience; and nearly 15 years in a large multi-specialty group where he served as medical director. He also provides a solid understanding of the fundamentals of business management, and health facilities organization and operations. His broad range of expertise includes: physician/ hospital alignment strategies, health system business management, care process redesign, health system growth strategies, physician recruitment and employment processes, health system expense reduction, health system design and development, operations improvement processes, physician content development and strategic planning and decision-making processes.
Prior to joining BDC Advisors, McGeeney served as assistant medical director and then medical director of the McFarland Clinic PC, central Iowa's largest physician-owned, multi-specialty clinic. The McFarland Clinic PC network of more than 200 healthcare providers annually serves more than 900,000 patients in 24 Iowa communities. Thirty-five different medical specialties are represented on the clinic staff.
Formerly, as president and chief executive officer of TransforMED, McGeeney was responsible for the overall management of the organization and lead the development of the company's product and service lines. Transformed assisted almost 8,000 practices in adopting the patient-centered medical home model.
McGeeney has recently been appointed as a visiting scholar in Economic Studies for the Brookings Institute in Washington, D.C.
McGeeney earned his undergraduate degree from Benedictine College, Atchison, Kan., and his medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City. He completed his residency at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He later received an M.B.A. in healthcare administration from the University of Colorado.
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||FQHCs and payors' managed Medicaid programs are good examples of linking the community and social supports required in medical neighborhoods.