Physicians face many obstacles in their quest to provide quality care to patients. Imagine if other professions had to deal with some of the same challenges.
Healthcare providers show strong interest in population health management but often struggle to assess the financial impact of the change from fee-for-service to the value-based reimbursement models that accompany it.
Because CMS can’t and Congress won’t get rid of hospital-based facility fees, doctors and patients must take action.
Sometimes you have to look past dollars and cents and simply do what makes sense for both patients and physicians.
Here are a number of ways physicians can work with their patients to best overcome cost barriers for their prescriptions.
Physicians face financial ruin if patients continue to access products they simply cannot afford.
Preserve earnings, bolster tax savings and better plan for the future.
Three simple indices and metrics are the key to higher medical practice performance.
It stands to reason that the best way to deal with unaffordable healthcare isn’t to take a second mortgage out on the house, but to make healthcare more affordable.
The annual exam is significantly underutilized but provides opportunity for both physicians and patients to make preventive care a priority.