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Physicians and Value-Based Care: Adapting to a New Era of Healthcare

07.11.23

All businesses need to plan and prepare for the future, and healthcare is very much a business.

Value-Based Care
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The Connection Between Brain Games and Dementia Prevention

07.07.23

Dementia does a number on the cognitive and mental health of tens of millions of Americans, with Alzheimer’s disease being the most common type of

Patient-Centered Care
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Clearing up Misconceptions about Medicare Advantage w/ George Halvorson

07.06.23 ChenMed

This week on Faisel & Friends, we are discussing Clearing up Misconceptions about Medicare Advantage.

Value-Based Care
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5 Strategies for Leveling Up Your Leadership as a New Physician

06.30.23

As a physician, you have a profound impact on your team and patients. You directly influence your team’s morale, development, and success.

Physician Culture
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Assessing the Components of the Affordable Care Act w/ Dr. Alison Huffstetler and Michael LaBattaglia

06.28.23 ChenMed

We’re discussing Assessing the Components of the Affordable Care Act on this episode of Faisel & Friends! Faisel and Dan are joined by Dr.

Health Equity
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Motivational Interviewing: A Valuable Tool When Discussing Habit Changes with Patients

06.27.23 ChenMed

Download our comprehensive white paper to explore the advantages of motivational interviewing in today's rapidly evolving medical field.

Value-Based Care
Can We Leave the Healthcare System Better Than We Found It?
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Can We Leave the Healthcare System Better Than We Found It?

06.23.23

Physicians face a growing number of challenges today, and many of them have nothing to do with building relationships and treating patients—the pri

Health Outcomes