Health Law and Policy
The 2016 Republican presidential candidates have finally given voters a better glimpse of how they would handle healthcare if elected.
Just when physicians thought Meaningful Use would never end, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced in January that the current program would go away this year. But it’s already clear that while Meaningful Use will change, it’s far from dead.
Through their tears of grief and joy at the approaching death of MU, doctors and health system administrators wonder, “What’s next?”
Robert A. Berenson, MD, of the Urban Institute says CMS’value-based performance measures are ‘PQRS on steroids’
In his debut blog, Ryan Gamlin writes why he thinks the increasing proportion of doctors in medical school today do not intend to treat patients as their primary career—or at all.
Doctors are lazy. That’s a brazen, derogatory, declaration that contradicts the usual lofty public image of physicians.