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Group Medical Visits (GMVs) are a great mechanism for healthcare providers to deliver quality care to the underserved. Through the use of GMVs, underserved patients can have access to a range of Integrative Health modalities and patient-centered health education in a “high touch” interactive environment. Patients also experience a sense of community and social connections that lead to positive changes in health behavior, physical and mental health, and overall well-being.
Not only are GMVs an efficient and productive way to provide equitable, whole person care to the underserved, they also enable providers to gain greater insight into the medical and non-medical needs of patients. And yet, many providers struggle with the implementation, curriculum design, and often with administrative buy in!
Jeffrey Geller, MD, is one of the most experienced leaders in the group medical visit movement. In the Q&A session, Dr. Geller will answer your burning questions and unravel the mysteries of GMVs such as: What groups work in poor and underserved communities? What type of GMV model is better for your practice (open or enclosed)? What Integrative Medicine practices fit best with group visits? How do you create a dynamic curriculum? AND MORE!
Learn how GMVs can be an effective and efficient way for you to improve patient care and outcomes in your practice. Submit your question, and it may be featured in this pre-recorded webinar.