The Triple Aim of healthcare improvement historically has not addressed the providers critical role in transforming healthcare. Therefore, there is a new call to emphasize the original three goals plus adding the goal of improving caregivers’ experiences, moving to a Quadruple Aim. This webinar will focus on strategies to engage providers in the process that leads to healthcare transformation and ultimately improves provider satisfaction.
Physician offices and health systems
Upon completion of the WebEx, participants will be able to:
- Obtain strategies to more effectively engage providers
- Realize how to successfully transform their practice to a value-based environment
- Improve provider satisfaction as they implement transformation efforts
Aaron Garman, MD
Coal Country Community Health Center
Aaron Garman, MD, began his practice in 1999 in Beulah. He then helped establish and became the medical director for Coal Country Community Health Centers in 2003. He is from Williston, ND, and attended the University of North Dakota where he received his Doctorate of Medicine Degree.
Dr. Garman is Board Certified in Family Medicine and has his certificate of added qualifications in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Garman has served on multiple Technical Expert Panels for CMS and served on the NQF panel regarding quality care and low volume providers. He has received the North Dakota Family Physician of the year award in 2015. He is a member and serves as president-elect for the North Dakota Academy of Family Physicians. He recently served on the American Academy of Family Medicine Commission for Quality and Practice and continues to serve on the National Rural Quality Advisory Council. Dr. Garman also serves as the rural physician representative to the North Dakota Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapist. He is also the medical director for the High Sierra Northern Plains ACO.
Dr. Garman is a full time practicing rural family physician and father of two wonderful girls.