Now that the worst of the health crisis is hopefully behind us, practices are working to resume and ramp up services. But planning a return to a busy in-person patient schedule once the pandemic surge has passed in your community is uncharted territory.
In this special Town Hall developed in collaboration with leadership from several MGMA state associations, we bring together experts in business operations, answer your questions, and provide guidance and best practices that will help your organization get back on solid footing and more effectively achieve a successful return to normalcy.
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Nelson Gomes is an information technology veteran with more than 29 years of IT experience. He is the founder of PriorityOne Group. Named to the Inc. Top 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies for four consecutive years, PriorityOne Group is a leading provider of integrated managed IT services to organizations including ASCs, medical groups and hospitals. The PriorityOne Group team of talented and committed professionals help healthcare providers deliver high-quality care while maintaining IT security and compliance. The key to Nelson's and PriorityOne Group's success is the unique ability to leverage technology to allow provider to deliver better and smarter healthcare, driven by a single mission of enabling healthcare organizations to make the most of their technology.
Maddox Casey is a Member of Warren Averett and the practice leader for the Firm’s healthcare division. His team serves over 650 physician clients across the Southeast. Maddox helps physicians increase and maintain profitability in the turbulent times of healthcare regulations. He is a firm believer that through proper planning and education of current policies, he can help his clients thrive. Maddox is a frequent speaker for medical organizations across the country. He resides in Birmingham with his wife and three children.
Brian Ramos serves as Chief Operating Officer of Capital Anesthesia Partners. Prior to joining CAP, Mr. Ramos held management positions in national anesthesia management consulting firms, premier academic medical centers, independent ASCs and large multi-site private physician group practices. He was formally trained in Lean and uses these tools to create cultures of continuous improvement.
Mr. Ramos earned a BA in Mathematics from Boston College and a MBA from Fitchburg State University. He is a Certified Medical Practice Executive of the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Additionally, Mr. Ramos is President of the Maryland Medical Group Management Association.
For the better part of two decades, Nan Gallagher has devoted her career exclusively to the advocacy of healthcare professionals and entities. Ms. Gallagher is an accomplished healthcare litigation and administrative trial attorney who focuses her practice on licensing, regulatory, disciplinary and credentialing matters in New Jersey and New York. Considered a nationally recognized authority on groundbreaking healthcare topics, Ms. Gallagher is sought after for her tireless and dedicated focus on often controversial pro-physician platforms.
In 2017, 2018 and 2019, Ms. Gallagher has been recognized as a SuperLawyer® nationally as well as in New Jersey in the field of healthcare. For the past three years, she has received the Client’s Choice Award for excellence in client satisfaction and has maintained a rating of “10 out of 10” (Superb) by the highly regarded attorney rating website, AVVO.com*. She prides herself on making her clients’ challenges her own and brings a fresh and interactive approach toward representation.
Cameron Cox is the MacGyver of healthcare business management, and he’s a man with a mission: to help medical practices thrive.
Once a practice administrator himself, Cam is now the president and CEO of MSOC Health, a leading medical billing and consulting company. Cam and his team have worked with more than 500 medical practices ranging in size from one part-time physician to over 50 providers in virtually every medical specialty.
Never settling for the status quo, Cam is passionately engaged as an Advocacy Leader for the NC Medical Group Managers Association (NCMGMA) and as an active member of MGMA at the national level. He regularly speaks to national and regional organizations on a broad range of issues – including effective practice management, revenue generation, EHR, telemedicine, and a wealth of other subjects that present challenges and opportunities for today’s medical practitioners.