© 2022 MJH Life Sciences and Medical Economics. All rights reserved.
© 2022 MJH Life Sciences™ and Medical Economics. All rights reserved.
The author is a former senior editor of <i>Medical Economics</i>.
Despite state laws and class-action settlements, many insurers still force doctors to take plans they don't want.
Payers' efforts to measure and report on physician performance draw fire from the AMA and AAFP.
Going online with pharmacies can save you time and improve patient care, but liability issues may increase.
Information exchange between U.S. hospitals and community physicians is still fairly primitive. So it's surprising that a continuing care retirement community has taken the lead in establishing interoperability with a non-related-hospital.
Despite the rising competition from companies offering certified EHRs for half of what the name-brand vendors charge, some of the latter say they have no plans to lower their prices.
Doctors have nothing but praise for a government program that helps them adopt electronic health records.