Advocacy takes time—a rarity for physicians. But there are five simple ways to advocate for needed healthcare changes.
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Many doctors think leaving full-time employment equates to arduous travel, but that doesn’t necessarily need to be the case.
Quality primary care takes time with patients, so it’s time for physicians to press for the time needed to truly make needed change.
With better support, patients may experience better care and outcomes as major health issues are identified early and averted.
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.
Repealing the Stark Law is a good first step, but more must be done to put doctors back in charge of patient care.
When it comes to patients struggling with social issues, a little effort on the part of the practice can go a long way.
Here are a number of ways physicians can work with their patients to best overcome cost barriers for their prescriptions.