Alex Mohseni has hosted 14 episodes.
Alex Mohseni, MD FACEP, is a board certified Emergency Medicine physician who graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in 2006. He subsequently joined a large regional EM group in the Washington DC area, where as the Chief Innovation Officer he helped develop new solutions to help optimize his practice's management of its 700+ employees and 1,000,000+ annual patient encounters. He also built out the practice's telemedicine division, Sky Physicians, became the President of that division, and successfully negotiated a contract with a large local Medicaid Managed Care Organization, launching a population-health focused telemedicine program serving the MCO's 200,000+ Medicaid patients. After the successful sale of the practice to a private equity backed firm, he joined CirrusMD, a national B2B telemedicine company serving many of the nation's biggest payers, as a Medical Director and was placed in charge of Product Utilization. He helped with product design, growth strategy, building out a national team of telemedicine clinicians (recruitment, credentialing, licensing, quality), data analytics, and sales. Alex is licensed in more than 45 states and continues to see patients on the CirrusMD platform and is also the Medical Director for a Remote Patient Monitoring company, Accuhealth. Additionally, Alex provides consulting services for medical practices on both telemedicine and Revenue Cycle Management processes, with a particular focus on paper EOB conversion, bank reconciliation, ERA repair, short claims, and denial appeals management. Alex writes about nexus of technology, medicine, and the payer space and enjoys running, cooking and chess.
Amy Schiffman has hosted 14 episodes.
Amy Schiffman, MD, MHS, is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician who obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, a graduate degree in public health from the Bloomberg Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and medical degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine. She completed her Emergency Medicine residency also at the George Washington University School of Medicine in 2005. She subsequently worked as an Emergency Physician for two large hospital systems in Washington DC area, where she developed an interest in geriatrics and palliative/hospice care. She subsequently left Emergency Medicine and built a large Medicare home-based primary care practice for frail and homebound patients. Under her 9 years of directorship, the practice grew over 500% and performed over 60,000 house calls, becoming the largest house calls practice in the DC Metro area. Amy has served as the medical director of two hospices in the DC area and is a certified Hospice Medical Director. Her current interests are focused on expanding the knowledge base of senior serving professionals through educational and consulting opportunities. She is also excited about helping other providers navigate the complexities of starting their own house calls practices and to create systems-based workflows to maximize patient care and billing opportunities. Amy enjoys biking, travelling, and spending time with her family. She can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.