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Leann DiDomenico McAllister

Leann DiDomenico McAllister

Leann DiDomenico McAllister, MBA is the administrative director and co-founder of Performance Pediatrics, a primary-care pediatric "micro practice" in Plymouth, Mass. She also serves on the operations committee of the Pediatric Physician’s Association at Boston Children’s Hospital. Contact Leann via LinkedIn.

Leann DiDomenico McAllister, MBA is the administrative director and co-founder of Performance Pediatrics, a primary-care pediatric "micro practice" in Plymouth, Mass. She also serves on the operations committee of the Pediatric Physician’s Association at Boston Children’s Hospital. Contact Leann via LinkedIn. - See more at: http://www.physicianspractice.com/blog/its-time-put-portability-back-hip...

Leann DiDomenico McAllister, MBA, is the administrative director and co-founder of Performance Pediatrics, a primary-care pediatric "micro practice" in Plymouth, Mass. She is also the former chair of the Practice Management Committee at the Pediatric Physician’s Association at Boston Children’s Hospital. Contact Leann via LinkedIn.

 

 

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The Triple Aim has created immense pressure to integrate the care we provide into the larger healthcare system, at great cost to our practice.

Scheduling well-child exams in our practice has become a study in complexity, as we try to accommodate both payers and parents.

Their practice was founded on the principle of affordable care for patients, while providing a good living for its owners. Now that dream is fading.

Patient can be irate when it comes to higher than expected bills. This practice found the best way to address the issue is to be frank.

Certainly physicians want to be responsive to their patients. But they shouldn't provide 24/7 "on-demand" services like Amazon.

This pediatric micro-practice was hit particularly hard by state cuts and is considering eliminating lower-paying Medicaid patients from the practice.

We believe it is the role of physicians to look beyond the walls of their office and have an influence on the health of their communities.

It is vital for physicians to break out of their individual silos of expertise and network with their peers and colleagues.

Providing patients with too many options may not help them at all. Without adequate resources to make well-informed decisions, they may just feel angry.

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