For the 19th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about physician reputation. This podcast was inspired by the news that MIPS Quality scores were now public. That’s right. With any NPI number (easily found online) or the physician’s name, you can look up the MIPS Quality score for any physician or group. What does that mean? We share our thoughts on the podcast.
We also talk about the broader topic of physician reputation management including how to handle the various physician ratings sites and how you can better use technology to manage your physicians’ ratings. If you’re in charge of managing your physician’s reputations, you’ll enjoy this podcast.
Here’s a quick rundown of the topics we discuss in this episode:
- Public MIPS Scores
- Physician Rating Sites
- What’s the Role Technology Can Play in Reputation Management?
- Physician Reputation Management Tips
If you’re someone who does healthcare marketing and wants to learn more about how to manage your physician reputations and much more, be sure to check out our HITMC.com community and the associated Healthcare and IT Marketing Conference.
Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you episode 19 of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.
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