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New, Valuable Resources Available Through the PO Connection
Physician organizations and providers can now access three critical resources thanks to the collaborative efforts of the PO Connection.

Convened by GDAHC, the PO Connection brings together Southeast Michigan’s major Physician Organizations (POs) to identify areas of opportunity to improve health outcomes through collective impact initiatives. Through the PO Connection, GDAHC is now able to share valuable resources to assist POs and their physician practices (and patients, too!):


SingleCare Prescription Drug Card

This free(!) prescription drug discount card allows patients to save up to 80% on their medications. Patients can simply register their card and begin saving on medications that they may already use. The card can be used at participating pharmacies, which include Costco, Kroger, CVS, Meijer, Rite Aid, Walgreens, and Walmart. Providers can place cards out in their office, or hand out cards at check-out, to help their patients cover the increasing cost of prescription medications. Cards can be obtained from GDAHC. Visit our card microsite for more information.


Essential Seminars for Physicians from Johns Hopkins Business of Medicine

The Johns Hopkins Business of Medicine is a physician-owned company that produces and delivers physician education content through web-based classrooms and courses. These courses can be accessed at any time, anywhere, and on any device and offer MBA-level expertise and CMEs. Courses feature a range of topics centered on the business of medicine such as a Value-Based Care Physician Bootcamp, a Healthcare Finance Physician Bootcamp, and Medicare New Revenue Programs. Visit the Johns Hopkins Essential Seminars for Physicians website for more information.


MI Opioid Collaborative

This statewide network was established to assist providers in using Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) to treat patients with Opioid Use Disorder. The MI Opioid Collaborative offers same-day consultation from physicians with specialty addiction training is available to providers. To utilize the Collaborative, providers simply need to enroll in the service by visiting the MI Opioid Collaborative website. Once enrolled, providers may contact a Behavioral Health Consultant when they have a patient with Opioid Use Disorder.


Contact Lisa Mason at lmason@gdahc.org or 248-282-6904 for more information on the PO Connection.