MDLand Speaks at the 2018 Alliance of North American Chinese Physicians (ANACP)’s Annual Meeting
With the mission to support North American Chinese physicians through education, knowledge exchange and community service, the Alliance of North American Chinese Physicians’ (ANACP) hosted the 2018 Annual Meeting at the Marriott Houston Medical Center in Houston, TX from November 2 to November 4, 2018 bringing practicing Physicians in North America and other regions together in the opportunity for community outreach and education.
MDLand International, delivering one of the major EHR platforms in NYC that connects providers, clinics, medical centers, labs, pharmacies, radiology facilities, public health agencies and registries across the U.S. is a leading health information technology company providing cloud-based certified electronic health records, practice management systems, clinical connectivity and integration, and population health platform to practices and healthcare organizations.
Where the healthcare landscape has turned from fee for service to fee for value, MDLand’s co-founder and Sr. Vice President, Mr. James Long spoke on the best practices to improve reimbursement and quality management for the new value-based payment programs. James discussed how providers can leverage their EHR infrastructure by applying various digital technologies to optimize workflow, engage patients to close the care gap and improve the overall population health management. Ultimately, the aggregation of data, risk stratification of populations and coordination of care through the Population Health, Remote Patient Monitoring and Chronic Care Management modules would better place patient outcome at the center of quality of care, driving better health and saving lives.
This year’s annual meeting was held alongside with American Association of Chinese Rehabilitation Physicians (AACRP) and the Chinese American Neurological Association (CANA), and ultimately provided the time and opportunity for cohesive, shared, and mutual learning and growth, promoting the wellbeing and professional development of its members through the exchange of medical frontier knowledge. There were over 300 participants who attended the meeting.
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