Through telehealth technology, The MAVEN Project supports primary care providers - nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians - who staff community health clinics for the underserved across the nation.
Experienced physician volunteers representing over 30 clinical specialties assist in validating clinical approaches, enhancing plans of care, and triaging referrals via video and/or phone. Clinic primary care providers can request a consult (available now, available later), or send a case question to one physician volunteer or group (i.e., the cardiology group).
Physician volunteers offer mentorship to primary care providers in one-on-one regularly scheduled sessions. Experienced physicians assist with navigating day-to-day and long-term career issues, with the goal of increased job satisfaction and provider retention.
Pertinent, practical presentations for providers in the field, often at their request, followed by Q&A. Topics range from Addiction Medicine to Endocrinology and Rheumatology.