Health IT Outcomes – Reduce Cost and Improve Outcomes by Measuring Individual Physical Care

Data collection and interpretation are critical pieces in the forward progress of the U.S. healthcare system, especially as performance-based payment models become more popular. According to an American College of Physicians position paper, the use of performance measurement (PM) is “intended to help achieve improved quality, high-value care, better patient satisfaction, improved health outcomes, and lower... Read More

Thrive Global – Dr. Anthony Romeo: “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”

Increase government spending for medical research and education: Although the total U.S. funding Medical and health research and development (R&D) continues to grow in a positive direction, federal R&D funding are oftentimes uneven across health agencies. A focus on increasing federal funding for organizations like the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the nation’s medical research... Read More

Becker’s ASC Review – The Next Evolution of Orthopedics: 2 Leaders On Upgrades to Thrive Beyond 2020

Despite the loss of surgical volume and revenue during elective surgery bans earlier this year, many orthopedic practices and service lines are making investments for future growth. Anthony Romeo, MD, executive vice president of the Musculoskeletal Institute for DuPage Medical Group in Illinois and Amy Chauffe, assistant vice president of the orthopedic service line at... Read More

Dr. Anthony Romeo Appointed to Launch the DuPage Medical Group Musculoskeletal Institute

DuPage Medical Group (DMG), the largest independent, multi-specialty physician group in Illinois, today announced it has appointed Anthony Romeo, MD as Executive Vice President to head up the launch of the new DMG Musculoskeletal Institute, a state-of-the-art program that will introduce a differentiated level of integrated musculoskeletal care to the greater Chicago market. Read the article... Read More

The New York Times – Pitchers Are Creatures of Habit. A Season of Chaos is Testing Them

Dr. Anthony Romeo – a former team physician for the Chicago White Sox – was featured in a recent New York Times article looking at the unique challenges faced by Major League Baseball pitchers trying to navigate the difficulties associated with staying physically sharp amidst a quarantine that forces a deviation from their typical routine.... Read More

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