A family physician takes lead on a discussion around the changing makeup of care teams.
The modern healthcare team has been changing—and still is, really. Physician shortage and embrace of non-MD clinical education has restructured the makeup of the average care team in the US, and a variety of factors from medical school costs to payer intervention have played a role.
What are the positives of these changes? Where are improvements needed? And who’s on your team? Let’s find out.
On Monday, Jill Grimes, MD (@JillGrimesMD), a Fellow with the American Academy of Family Physicians, joins the HCPLive® and SoMeDocs teams to lead a discussion on “The Healthcare Collaboration.”
The chat begins Monday, February 3, at 6 PM EST, under the #DocTalk and #SoMeDoc hashtags. Here are the questions:
Every Monday evening over the next few months, doctors, care providers, students, experts, and advocates can participate in the joint #DocTalk and #SoMeDocs chat: a discussion on the biggest trends, news, ideas, and issues in healthcare today, hosted by a network of physician thought leaders.
SoMeDocs is an online platform that provides physicians a space to network, collaborate, and grow their own brands. Physicians with interest in becoming thought leaders, growing their practice, connecting with a target audience, and advancing their careers through online growth and networking can learn more here.