In the value-based payment era, the opportunity for greater financial rewards comes with greater risks.
Physicians share the benefits of having nurse practitioners available at their practices to aid both patients and fellow healthcare clinicians.
Sometimes you have to look past dollars and cents and simply do what makes sense for both patients and physicians.
While CMS says it aims to allow doctors more time with patients with less documentation, its proposed E/M changes simply don’t achieve that goal.
To truly improve patient care and reduce costs, primary care is the best buy in healthcare. Here’s why.
Two methods are better than one, but nothing is foolproof to stop eager hackers.
This is one way to achieve work-life balance.
DPC is not only best for doctors and patients, but perhaps an idea that could rescue a system that is dying at the hands of others.
The fact that such a high percentage of physicians are experiencing symptoms of burnout has begun to shift the focus on how this issue is being addressed.