As South Carolina's trusted advocacy organization for physicians since its establishment in 1848, South Carolina Medical Association (SCMA) continues to identify relevant and innovative strategies for success. Whether it is legislative activity, organizational policy, or
mission-driven programs and services, SCMA is positioned to lead the way with the best interests of physicians and their patients at the center of all we do.
By now, you have probably heard the name Carolina eHealth Network associated with the South Carolina Medical Association. Carolina eHealth Network is a priority SCMA endeavor that will support South Carolina's physicians, hospitals and others with a powerful suite of products and services created in consultation with physicians, other clinicians, healthcare entities and a technical team of Best in KLAS vendors.
Carolina eHealth Network provides the health information exchange and analytics tools your practice needs to transition to the new models of healthcare delivery, quality reporting and performance-based payments.
SCMA and Carolina eHealth Network staff have a robust plan for outreach, training and education. We invite you to join the statewide discussion.
- SCMA is working with county medical societies, specialty societies and other physician groups to offer the CME-worthy program Equipping Physicians for the Shift to QPP: Employing Data Analytics to Empower Physicians and Enhance Patient Care across the state. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
- SCMA and Carolina eHealth Network representatives will be available to make presentations at workshops, meetings throughout South Carolina, or one-on-one visits to your practice organization.
- Carolina eHealth Network can exhibit at your quarterly or annual meetings
SCMA strives to put the patient at the center of the healthcare system, supported by the best possible advocate: the physician. Carolina eHealth Network offers us this chance.