View a Recording of COVID-19 Webinar
AANA presents this exclusive webinar:
The New Coronavirus and Practice Management Strategies to Keep Your Practice Alive and Well Q2-Q4 2020 | Thursday, April 2, 2020 | 7-8 p.m. CDT/8-9 p.m. EDT
Join a panel of AANA Leaders as they discuss ways to navigate the threats and challenges of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. AANA wants all practices to weather this storm and remain healthy and viable to ultimately resume the care of patients once the acute phase of this crisis has passed.
The unprecedented disruptions of the outbreak have forced significant and sudden change upon everyone practicing medicine in the U.S. and worldwide. Orthopaedics has been impacted severely with a moratorium on elective surgery and the management of non-acute pathology. The clinical and economic ramifications are presenting an existential threat to our orthopaedic practices and their ability to deliver medical services.
We have assembled an amazing panel of AANA Leaders who are on the frontlines managing the response to the pandemic and fulfilling their obligation to patient care. Please join us Thursday and learn how these leaders are handling the crisis.
Louis F. McIntyre, M.D. Moderator; Northwell Health; Immediate Past President, AANA
Brian J. Cole, M.D., M.B.A. Managing Partner, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush; First Vice President, AANA
Mark H. Getelman, M.D. Southern California Orthopedic Institute; Second Vice President, AANA
James W. Stone, M.D. Orthopedic Institute of Wisconsin; Treasurer, AANA
Eric C. Stiefel, M.D. Valdosta Orthopedic Associates; Chair, AANA Advocacy Committee
Nicholas A. Sgaglione, M.D. Chair and Senior Vice President, Orthopedic Service Line, Northwell Health; Chair, AANA JBOT and Education Foundation
Gain Answers to the Following Questions:
- What cash flow strategies are you employing during the acute phase of the pandemic?
- How have you handled your human resource obligations?
- What aspects of your practice are currently up and running?
- Are you planning on accessing federal assistance programs through the CARES Act? If so, which ones? Any other sources of short-term capital?
- How are you handling partner compensation during the acute phase?
- How are you handling both salaried and hourly employees’ compensation and paid time off during the acute phase, and how long are you planning this strategy?
- How are you handling ancillary services during the acute phase?
- Are you employing telehealth services? If so, how are they incorporated into your practice?
- What patient and employee safety measures are you employing right now?
- What do you anticipate the ramp-up will look like and how will your practice change?