Reimbursement can be tricky—here's what you need to know for the rest of the year.
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A slideshow of the biggest challenges facing primary care in 2018.
Health Innovation Alliance has a vision for a healthcare landscape in which technology and data are used to deliver meaningful value, allow for the seamless exchange of healthcare data, and keep consumers at the center of their care.
Clinically integrated networks are an increasingly popular approach to delivering better healthcare at lower costs.
The Medicare Quality Payment Program, enacted under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), will affect participating physicians’ payment in 2021.
Technology can improve patient satisfaction, speed of treatment, and accuracy, which can positively impact patient outcomes.
This year could prove to be a challenging year for physicians who aren’t attuned to the latest industry trends in reimbursement.
Next generation medical wearables are facilitating the shift to a value-based care system, moving the point of care to the patient’s home while allowing doctors to monitor the patient’s condition through continuous, real-time data.
Many reimbursement-dependent healthcare companies are struggling under the weight of reimbursement and cost containment pressures across wide areas of the healthcare marketplace.