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Promoting Wellness Among Clinicians


Jun 18, 2019 12:32 PM

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Phoebe Nelms
Program Manager, Technical Outreach @GA-HITEC
Phoebe Nelms is a Certified MIPS Healthcare Professional. She serves as a Program Manager for Technical Outreach within GA-HITEC. She currently uses her knowledge of the CMS Quality Payment Program to assist small, underserved and rural practices in Georgia, successfully navigate the program’s requirements for Medicare Part B eligible clinicians. Phoebe understands that healthcare innovation is both challenging and rewarding. She develops and disseminates educational materials to clinicians to further the national agenda designed to utilize Health Information Technology as a vehicle for improving the quality of healthcare while containing cost. Phoebe enjoys diverse outreach activities including one-on-one conversations with clinicians and practice managers. She has coordinated GA-HITEC’s webinars, and onsite (Morehouse School of Medicine) Privacy and Security Workshops that focus on the HIPAA Security Risk Assessment.
Dr. Anne Gaglioti MD, MS, FAAFP
Assoc. Director of Research for MSM, Director of the Southeast Regional Clinician's Network, Assoc. Professor of Family Medicine @Morehouse School of Medicine
Dr. Anne Gaglioti is the Associate Director for Research at the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine. She is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and completed her medical school and residency training in Family Medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. She then completed fellowship training in Primary Care Health Policy and Research at Georgetown University and the Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Washington, DC. As director of the Southeast Regional Clinicians Network (SERCN), a practice-based research network made up of Federally Qualified Health Centers across eight southeastern states (Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee) she conducts practice-based research focused on high disparity, high impact conditions.