Practice Solutions is your one-stop resource to make the business of medicine more manageable. The following categories of services will help with the daily challenges of managing your practice, but these resources are made available exclusively to LAMMICO-insured healthcare professionals and their qualifying office managers. Login credentials are required for access.
LAMMICO knows that proactive measures to protect a practice can mean the difference between quality patient outcome and a malpractice claim or regulatory fine. When you think you need to bounce something off a fellow risk manager, look no further than your local LAMMICO Risk Management team.
For consultation regarding Risk Reduction, please contact:
For consultation regarding QPP or Revenue Cycle Management, please contact Natalie Cohen, MBA, MHA at 504.841.2727 or email@example.com.
For hospital or facility consultation, please contact Lynne Vega, RN, BSN at 504.841.2738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources, tips, sample policies and procedures, toolkits, online education and more for LAMMICO-insured medical office staff.
Quality Payment Program (QPP) regulatory guidelines, self-assessments and consultation available for LAMMICO insureds.
LAMMICO's risk management staff help policyholders meet every day medical practice risk challenges; online, by phone, and on site.
Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) operational and financial assessments, consultations, key financial indicators and templates.
NAS CyberNET® is a cyber risk management resource center with sample policies, incident response plans, compliance and training materials.
HIPAA sample resources, relevant links and articles on how physician practices treat and manage Protected Health Information.
Each spring, LAMMICO presents a half-day office staff seminar focusing on key risk areas in the physician practice.
Policyholders and their practice managers have exclusive access to online risk management continuing education.
LAMMICO regularly publishes articles to inform medical office staff in an effort to reduce the risk of a malpractice claim.