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QUALITY TALK

A podcast dedicated to advancing better understanding of health care.

Episode 22: The Core Measures/Primaris Intersection

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Feb 23, 2018 12:50:00 PM

When it comes to healthcare quality improvement, core measures that focus on the more expensive conditions – in terms of lives and dollars – is central to the topic. And when it comes to the heart of Primaris’s pioneering leadership in healthcare quality improvement, there’s a distinct intersect and union with core measures.

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Topics: core measures abstraction, core measures, healthcare data abstraction

Episode 21 - Chatting With AMA President Dr. David Barbe

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Feb 9, 2018 4:00:00 PM

Episode 21, “Chatting with AMA President Dr. David  Barbe,” was recorded Friday, Feb. 2, following Dr. Barbe’s presentation at the Missouri Million Hearts Conference in Columbia, Mo. It was a great opportunity because the venue – the Hampton Inn & Suites, University – was just a few minutes away from our home office. Plus, Primaris CEO Richard A. Royer was also a speaker for the 2nd annual conference.

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Topics: MIPS and MACRA, Quality Talk podcast, QPP Year 2, American Medical Association

Episode 20: 'Brave Enough' Author's Lessons From 2017

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Jan 26, 2018 11:45:00 AM

Dr. Sasha Shillcutt joined Quality Talk to talk about her New Year’s blog post, “2018 – Finish What You Started,” where she also shares a list of 10 things she learned in 2017. This is the conclusion of a two-part episode. You can read the complete list of her 2017 lessons here, where you can also subscribe to Dr. Shillcutt's Brave Enough blog.

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Topics: healthcare, primaris, Quality Talk podcast, Sasha Shillcutt

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