Similar to the health and societal effects of the current pandemic, COVID-19 likely will continue to impact your finances for years. Whether you are an independent contractor physician or an employed clinician, keep these tips in mind as you navigate these turbulent times.
ApolloMD is honored to announce the recipient of the third annual ApolloMD Emergency Medicine Scholarship, Bassam Zahid, MD.
This letter was sent to our team internally on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. On May 25th, George Floyd, a black male, was killed by a white police officer in Minneapolis. As a Company, we stand in solidarity against this killing. We are heartbroken – not just for George Floyd, but for the many that came before him, and those who, due to systematic injustices, have never had an equal opportunity in our country.
From the middle of the emergency department, I can hear sirens ringing faintly in the distance. Second-by-second, the ringing grows louder. As I step away from my workstation and look out of the back doors, I see lights flash in the distance. At that moment, I know those lights and sirens are heading this way. Within what feels like mere seconds, a Chattanooga Police Officer
Our nation faces an unprecedented situation with the spread of COVID-19 nationwide. We want our patients, clinicians, and hospital partners to know that we stand with them in these uncertain times.
In honor of National Emergency Medicine Residents’ Appreciation Day, ApolloMD is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual ApolloMD Emergency Medicine Scholarship for Residents is now open to applicants. The application deadline is Monday, June 15. The recipient will be notified in July and officially announced in August.
It’s been two years since we recapped the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). MIPS remains the largest physician value-based care payment program and