Healthcare Innovation November 18, 2020
Mark Hagland

At the APG Colloquium 2020, a spirited panel of medical group leaders parsed the impact of COVID-19 on their groups’ clinical operations and financial bottom lines—and what they’ve learned so far  

On Tuesday, November 17, during the first day of the two-day APG Colloquium 2020, being held virtually and sponsored by the Los Angeles-based America’s Physicians Groups (APG), which represents physician groups involved in value-based contracting, the first panel discussion of the day focused on the impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on medical groups nationwide.

Don Crane, APG’s president and CEO, led a discussion session entitled “Organized Physician Groups: Adaptations to COVID-19.” His panel consisted of Clive Fields, M.D., co-founder and CMO of VillageMD, a Chicago-based care management organization;...

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