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  • Physician Compensation Committee (PCC) | Alberta Medical Association
    long term goal is a payment system that is aligned with meeting the needs of our patients July 16 2014 PCC Update July 16 2014 Updates on changes in committee membership and priority activities June 24 2014 President s Letter June 24 2014 On June 19 you should have received your copy of the Physician Compensation Committee PCC Update newsletter This issue included an important document PCC Process for Individual Fee Review I think most members know that PCC has been asked to conduct an individual fee review June 19 2014 PCC Update June 19 2014 Updates on changes in committee membership and priority activities April 7 2014 PCC Update April 7 2014 Updates on changes in committee membership and priority activities February 28 2014 President s Letter February 28 2014 News for EMRs POSP and PCC February 26 2014 PCC Update The Physician Compensation Committee s collective and collaborative efforts have made significant strides in Allocation 2014 and the corresponding rate increases for Alternate Relationship Plans ARPs the Business Costs Program and Rural Remote Northern Program More news and updates PCC membership PCC members include Chair Christopher Sheard Alberta Health Bernard Anderson Dr Alan Casson Maryna Korchagina and Ashley Stacewizc observer Alberta Medical Association Dr Gerry Kiefer Dr Linda Slocombe Jim Huston and Allan Florizone observer Priorities The PCC is developing an interim work plan to help identify an extensive list of priorities while focusing on a few initial areas over the next year For example the PCC has identified the following areas of work as immediate priorities Primary care compensation Family Care Clinic compensation completed Business costs and overhead Relative value including an individual fee review The PCC is committed to accomplishing its mandate as set out in the AMA Agreement A strategic requirements document will be finalized soon to add further clarity Questions For AMA at PCC contact Jim Huston Assistant Executive Director Health Economics Email Jim Huston For information about PCC operations contact the Physician Compensation Committee Email PCC albertadoctors org 3 comments Post a comment As the work of the Physician Compensation Committee progresses we re interested in hearing from you Please note Comments are moderated Comments that fall within our commenting policy will appear below We ll also make sure that they re forwarded to the appropriate people AMA commenting policy In response to Johann van der Vyver comment 2 Your name Email Are you a Please select Physician Other health care professional Member of the public AMA Staff Comment 1 Stacy J Davies Physician 1 51 PM on March 11 2014 I am a family physician who is currently doing home visits in assisted care two days per week My experience is that many of the residents have complex medical problems that require a lot of energy time and brain power to keep them out of the hospital I have heard that the PCC plans to reduce our fees to be about equal to an office visit I would like to let you

    Original URL path: https://www.albertadoctors.org/leaders-partners/pcc?replyTo=13 (2016-02-01)
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  • Physician Compensation Committee (PCC) | Alberta Medical Association
    long term goal is a payment system that is aligned with meeting the needs of our patients July 16 2014 PCC Update July 16 2014 Updates on changes in committee membership and priority activities June 24 2014 President s Letter June 24 2014 On June 19 you should have received your copy of the Physician Compensation Committee PCC Update newsletter This issue included an important document PCC Process for Individual Fee Review I think most members know that PCC has been asked to conduct an individual fee review June 19 2014 PCC Update June 19 2014 Updates on changes in committee membership and priority activities April 7 2014 PCC Update April 7 2014 Updates on changes in committee membership and priority activities February 28 2014 President s Letter February 28 2014 News for EMRs POSP and PCC February 26 2014 PCC Update The Physician Compensation Committee s collective and collaborative efforts have made significant strides in Allocation 2014 and the corresponding rate increases for Alternate Relationship Plans ARPs the Business Costs Program and Rural Remote Northern Program More news and updates PCC membership PCC members include Chair Christopher Sheard Alberta Health Bernard Anderson Dr Alan Casson Maryna Korchagina and Ashley Stacewizc observer Alberta Medical Association Dr Gerry Kiefer Dr Linda Slocombe Jim Huston and Allan Florizone observer Priorities The PCC is developing an interim work plan to help identify an extensive list of priorities while focusing on a few initial areas over the next year For example the PCC has identified the following areas of work as immediate priorities Primary care compensation Family Care Clinic compensation completed Business costs and overhead Relative value including an individual fee review The PCC is committed to accomplishing its mandate as set out in the AMA Agreement A strategic requirements document will be finalized soon to add further clarity Questions For AMA at PCC contact Jim Huston Assistant Executive Director Health Economics Email Jim Huston For information about PCC operations contact the Physician Compensation Committee Email PCC albertadoctors org 3 comments Post a comment As the work of the Physician Compensation Committee progresses we re interested in hearing from you Please note Comments are moderated Comments that fall within our commenting policy will appear below We ll also make sure that they re forwarded to the appropriate people AMA commenting policy In response to Brian Gillanders M D comment 3 Your name Email Are you a Please select Physician Other health care professional Member of the public AMA Staff Comment 1 Stacy J Davies Physician 1 51 PM on March 11 2014 I am a family physician who is currently doing home visits in assisted care two days per week My experience is that many of the residents have complex medical problems that require a lot of energy time and brain power to keep them out of the hospital I have heard that the PCC plans to reduce our fees to be about equal to an office visit I would like to let you

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  • Our Agreements | Alberta Medical Association
    Publications Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help Alberta Medical Association Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help About the AMA Leaders Partners Member services Patients First Home Member services Physicians Our Agreements Our Agreements AMA Agreement 2011 18 This website area includes the AMA Agreement 2011 18 AMA Agreement 2011 18 Overview and Analysis a plain language version of the Agreement with additional explanatory material Please note If you d like to see our previous agreement 2003 11 it s available here The Alberta Medical Association AMA and Alberta Health AH now wish to create through the provisions of this AMA Agreement the principles processes and agreement which will apply to and which will govern a long term financial and working relationship between AH and Alberta s physicians as represented by the AMA Each section in this website area includes What how A brief description of part of the AMA Agreement You might ask Questions and more importantly answers from the AMA AMA Agreement document reference The relevant excerpt s from the AMA Agreement Overview elements Two party agreement Term Scope and purpose AMA recognition Financial Evergreen term Governance Management Committee Physician Compensation Committee Dispute resolution Grant agreements Consultation Agreements 12A Provincial Electronic Medical Records Strategy Consultation Agreement 12B Primary Medical Care Primary Care Networks Consultation Agreement 12C System Wide Efficiencies and Savings Consultation Agreement Table AMA Agreement Structure and Consultation Agreements Overview Table Analysis of the AMA Agreement vs AMA negotiations objectives In conclusion Website feedback Member services Physicians Our Agreements 1 Two party agreement 2 Term 3 Scope and purpose 4 AMA recognition 5 Financial 6 Evergreen term 7 Governance 8 Management Committee 9 Physician Compensation Committee 10 Dispute resolution 11 Grant agreements 12 Consultation Agreements 13

    Original URL path: https://www.albertadoctors.org/services/physicians/our-agreements (2016-02-01)
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  • Key Result Area 1 | Alberta Medical Association
    Member services Physicians Resident Physicians Medical Students Membership Guide Manage your membership Patients First Advocacy timeline Health issues Prescription Alberta Many Hands Physician Advocacy Immunization Other Patient Health Matters albertapatients Forms Website and login help Media Publications Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help Alberta Medical Association Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help About the AMA Leaders Partners Member services Patients First Home Leaders Partners Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 1 Key Result Area 1 Financial health Download the full report PDF Featured Items Key Result Area 2 The AMA supports members in maintaining a healthy work life balance including being a leader in the development of a comprehensive physician health program Key Result Area 3 The AMA supports members in their role as leaders within the health care system including supporting physician leadership in developing innovations in care delivery through PCNs strategic clinical networks SCNs and other initiatives A Healthy AMA Achieving the goals under the three Key Results Areas requires a healthy vibrant and sustainable AMA Website feedback Leaders Partners Leaders Governance resources Secure Messaging Physician Compensation Committee PCC Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 1 Key Result Area 2 Key Result Area 3 A Healthy AMA 2014 15 AMA Business Plan Year End Update 2014 15 AMA Business Plan Mid Year Update Choosing Wisely Alberta Innovation in the delivery of primary care Innovation in the delivery of secondary and tertiary care Electronic Medical Records EMRs Health information and privacy Quality and continuing education programs Scopes of practice The Alberta Medical Association stands as an advocate for its physician members providing leadership support for their role in the provision of quality health care About the AMA We are the AMA Mission and Vision Careers

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  • Key Result Area 2 | Alberta Medical Association
    Resident Physicians Medical Students Membership Guide Manage your membership Patients First Advocacy timeline Health issues Prescription Alberta Many Hands Physician Advocacy Immunization Other Patient Health Matters albertapatients Forms Website and login help Media Publications Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help Alberta Medical Association Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help About the AMA Leaders Partners Member services Patients First Home Leaders Partners Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 2 Key Result Area 2 Well being Download the full report PDF Featured Items Key Result Area 1 The AMA assists and supports members in maintaining their financial health including negotiating with payers to ensure fair compensation the provision of practice management services and the offering of financial products Key Result Area 3 The AMA supports members in their role as leaders within the health care system including supporting physician leadership in developing innovations in care delivery through PCNs strategic clinical networks SCNs and other initiatives A Healthy AMA Achieving the goals under the three Key Results Areas requires a healthy vibrant and sustainable AMA Website feedback Leaders Partners Leaders Governance resources Secure Messaging Physician Compensation Committee PCC Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 1 Key Result Area 2 Key Result Area 3 A Healthy AMA 2014 15 AMA Business Plan Year End Update 2014 15 AMA Business Plan Mid Year Update Choosing Wisely Alberta Innovation in the delivery of primary care Innovation in the delivery of secondary and tertiary care Electronic Medical Records EMRs Health information and privacy Quality and continuing education programs Scopes of practice The Alberta Medical Association stands as an advocate for its physician members providing leadership support for their role in the provision of quality health care About the AMA We are the AMA

    Original URL path: https://www.albertadoctors.org/leaders-partners/business-plan-and-budget/kra2-well-being (2016-02-01)
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  • Key Result Area 3 | Alberta Medical Association
    Member services Physicians Resident Physicians Medical Students Membership Guide Manage your membership Patients First Advocacy timeline Health issues Prescription Alberta Many Hands Physician Advocacy Immunization Other Patient Health Matters albertapatients Forms Website and login help Media Publications Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help Alberta Medical Association Member Sign in AMA member number Password Forgot your password Login help About the AMA Leaders Partners Member services Patients First Home Leaders Partners Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 3 Key Result Area 3 System Leadership and Partnership Download the full report PDF Featured Items Key Result Area 1 The AMA assists and supports members in maintaining their financial health including negotiating with payers to ensure fair compensation the provision of practice management services and the offering of financial products Key Result Area 2 The AMA supports members in maintaining a healthy work life balance including being a leader in the development of a comprehensive physician health program A Healthy AMA Achieving the goals under the three Key Results Areas requires a healthy vibrant and sustainable AMA Website feedback Leaders Partners Leaders Governance resources Secure Messaging Physician Compensation Committee PCC Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 1 Key Result Area 2 Key Result Area 3 A Healthy AMA 2014 15 AMA Business Plan Year End Update 2014 15 AMA Business Plan Mid Year Update Choosing Wisely Alberta Innovation in the delivery of primary care Innovation in the delivery of secondary and tertiary care Electronic Medical Records EMRs Health information and privacy Quality and continuing education programs Scopes of practice The Alberta Medical Association stands as an advocate for its physician members providing leadership support for their role in the provision of quality health care About the AMA We are the AMA Mission and Vision Careers

    Original URL path: https://www.albertadoctors.org/leaders-partners/business-plan-and-budget/kra3-system-leadership-partnership (2016-02-01)
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  • A Healthy AMA | Alberta Medical Association
    A Healthy AMA A Healthy AMA 2015 16 Budget Download the full report PDF Achieving the goals under the three Key Results Areas requires a healthy vibrant and sustainable AMA For the coming year we will focus on the following core organizational capabilities Budget The budget expresses how the resources of the organization will be used to pursue the goals and priorities established by the board Budgeting is an integral part of the business planning process and serves as a key control and monitoring tool The budget consists of The operating budget pages 9 10 Expresses in financial terms the planned ongoing activities of the association The reserves and contingencies page 11 Identifies the reserves and contingencies available and how these one time amounts will be used The capital budget page 12 Identifies the planned equipment purchases 2015 16 Operating budget click to view 2015 16 Reserves and contingencies Click to view 2015 16 Capital budget click to view Featured Items Key Result Area 1 The AMA assists and supports members in maintaining their financial health including negotiating with payers to ensure fair compensation the provision of practice management services and the offering of financial products Key Result Area 2 The AMA supports members in maintaining a healthy work life balance including being a leader in the development of a comprehensive physician health program Key Result Area 3 The AMA supports members in their role as leaders within the health care system including supporting physician leadership in developing innovations in care delivery through PCNs strategic clinical networks SCNs and other initiatives Website feedback Leaders Partners Leaders Governance resources Secure Messaging Physician Compensation Committee PCC Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 1 Key Result Area 2 Key Result Area 3 A Healthy AMA 2014 15 AMA Business Plan Year End

    Original URL path: https://www.albertadoctors.org/leaders-partners/business-plan-and-budget/healthy-ama-budget (2016-02-01)
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  • 2014-15 AMA Business Plan Year-End Update | Alberta Medical Association
    Business Plan Year End Update 2014 2015 AMA Business Plan Year End Update The AMA s 2014 15 Business Plan identifies association goals and priority activities under three Key Result Areas KRAs Follow the links below to learn how we did this year or download the AMA 2014 2015 Business Plan Year End Update document Click below to find out how we did this year Update on KRA 1 Financial Health The AMA assists and supports members in maintaining their financial health including negotiating with payers to ensure fair compensation the provision of practice management services and the offering of financial products Update on KRA 2 Well being The AMA supports members in maintaining a healthy work life balance including being a leader in the development of a comprehensive physician health program Update on KRA 3 System partnership and leadership The AMA supports members in their role as leaders within the health care system including supporting physician leadership in developing innovations in care delivery through primary care networks PCNs strategic clinical networks SCNs and other initiatives 2015 Year End Update Financial Forecast Content The financial forecast for 2014 15 is based on the most current financial results and a review of the status of AMA activities 2015 Tracking Survey Results Content All members approximately 11 200 were asked to complete the survey opened on Monday April 20 2015 and closed on Sunday April 26 2015 Responses were received from 942 members for a response rate of 8 The data is valid 19 times out of 20 within a margin of error of 3 06 Website feedback Leaders Partners Leaders Governance resources Secure Messaging Physician Compensation Committee PCC Business Plan and Budget Key Result Area 1 Key Result Area 2 Key Result Area 3 A Healthy AMA 2014 15 AMA Business

    Original URL path: https://www.albertadoctors.org/leaders-partners/business-plan-and-budget/2014-15-Business-Plan-year-end-update (2016-02-01)
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