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Chip & Paulie Webinar 18 (November 19, 2020)

Summary: Dr. Lisa Nowell and her partners transitioned from a Manhattan hospital clinic to opening Manhattan Valley Pediatrics during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in April, overcoming numerous challenges including lack of access to traditional facilities and supplies. They creatively operated out of residential apartments, using personal and borrowed resources, and engaged patients via social media and telemedicine, highlighting the importance of adaptability and community support. Their advice for new practices includes leveraging help, being persistent with administrative hurdles, and embracing new methods such as social media and telemedicine for patient engagement.

Guests: Dr. Lisa Nowell & Dr. John Vanchiere

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1. Chip & Paulie talk about budgeting and cash flow concerns for practices in the upcoming months.

2. Emphasis on the importance of balancing provider protection with financial realities.

3. Featured guest Dr. Lisa Nowell shares her experience of opening a new pediatric practice in Manhattan during the pandemic.

4. Dr. Nowell and team resorted to using residential apartments as makeshift clinics due to halted construction.

5. Importance of leveraging social media and telemedicine for patient engagement highlighted.

6. Discussion about the potential impacts and administrative challenges of capitation.

7. Insight from Dr. John Vanchiere on infection control measures and the necessity of open communication within practices.

8. Encouragement to plan meticulously for financial stability, including end-of-year tax considerations related to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).