We know the challenges you face today are greater than ever. Through the Practice Evolution education series, the Colorado Medical Society strives to help physicians better understand the interconnection of major issues in health care and better thrive in delivery system models by providing you trusted, neutral and dependable information and tools to help you navigate this ever-changing environment.
The four Practice Evolution categories are payment reform, practice redesign, transparency and administrative simplification. Within these categories, we provide resources critical to your practice’s success today and in the future. We recommend you begin by reading the Practice Evolution Reality Check, a scan of the health care environment in Colorado and across the country, complete with useful advice and links. Your component medical societies offer additional resources relevant to their local areas, and we encourage you to go to their websites to explore their offerings as well.
Finally, please click here to send us an e-mail with questions, concerns or suggestions. The work you do quite literally changes lives. We’re here to help you do it.
- Payment Reform
- Practice Redesign
- Core Competencies
- Accountable Care Organizations
- Health Information Technology
- Medical Neighborhood/PCMH
- Administrative Simplification
The final word: Working together to make a difference in the opioid epidemic
Maximize your profitability through real estate
2018 CMS elections
Join your colleagues for the premiere event for Colorado physicians, the 2018 CMS Annual Meeting
COPIC Comment: COPIC partners with accelerator program to support health tech startups
Doctors Care: Celebrating 30 years as safety net for medically underserved
Specialists – Doctors Care appeals to you to care for the most vulnerable
AMA student engagement
AMA annual meeting
Updated CME course, “Guidelines and Tools for Improving Pain Management: Opioid Stewardship”
Prescribing boards release revised guidelines for prescribing and dispensing opioids
Harm reduction philosophy reduces negative consequences of drug use
Colorado hospitals achieve 36 percent reduction in opioid administration through CHA pilot
Case study: Swedish Medical Center is reducing opioid use in the emergency department