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
AMA report shows national progress toward reversing opioid epidemic, with great strides in Colorado
Bill creating seven-day opioid prescription limit for acute pain signed into law May 21
The Final Word: Know Your Legal Rights illustrates political muscle of the house of medicine
Join your colleagues for the premiere event for Colorado physicians, the 2018 CMS Annual Meeting
COPIC Comment: What else can we do to address opioids?
Opinion/editorial: The vanishing physical exam - Things we forgot from medical school
State Innovation Model
Honors and awards
President’s letter: There ought to be a law…and there probably is
Cover: Know Your Legal Rights - A new and exclusive benefit for CMS members
CMS launches Know Your Legal Rights
Apply to participate in a study on burdens associated with quality reporting for 2018 credit
Final Word: Four concrete ways physicians can engage in advocacy right now