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Jessica Ellis Wilson Presents “Confronting Our Biases” to Multiple State Affiliates of MGMA

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On Wednesday, June 17th, Jessica Ellis-Wilson presented “Confronting Our Biases”, a very timely webinar to multiple state affiliates of MGMA. 

The “Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) is a key element in perpetuating success throughout the healthcare industry. Whether you’re an MGMA member to advance your personal goals or your professional career, [MGMA has ] the resources to initiate change and drive results.  With exceptional peer-to-peer and mentor-to-peer support systems as well as abundant hard-copy and digital resources, [they] are spearheading the path to healthcare advancement.”– MGMA.com

Jessica Ellis-Wilson, CMPE co-chairs the Practice Management and Compliance Divisions for the Firm.  She is an accomplished consultant, speaker, and coach with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare and nonprofit spaces.  Board-Certified through the American College of Medical Practice Executives, Jessica is a Past President of MA/RI Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), and is the founder and principal of the consulting firm Practical Management.  A former executive leader, Jessica has worked with community health centers, private practices, academic medical centers, public health agencies, and concierge groups, and now devotes her time to helping private practices succeed and speaking across the country on a variety of healthcare and leadership topics.  She also organizes Board/Executive retreats and offers leadership consulting in such fields as executive coaching, organizational transformation, and cultural sensitivity.   

Jessica is involved with every facet of practice management and offers counseling and education to medical practices on compliance, Human Resources, employment issues and disputes, staff structuring and training, and diversity/equity/inclusion.  She also works collaboratively with Ms. Gallagher to envision and create medical practices from the ground up, promoting compliance, and educating staff to avoid future risks and to promote a healthy and productive work environment.  The two women are regularly invited to speak nationally on these subjects and are often touted for their avant-garde, bold, and informative presentations. 

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