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Physicians Can Remain Independent in the Face of Healthcare Reform

Complying with health reform mandates isn't easy. The wise physician will pick and choose those measures that make sense for his practice.

Healthcare Reform

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HHS is giving $100 million to help small practices implement MACRA over five years; Zika relief funding faces hurdles in Congress.

With the California Insurance Commissioner recommending the DOJ block the Anthem-Cigna merger, it seems that patients are finally being put first.

One in five family members share pain medications with each other. Also, ACA healthcare premiums predicted to rise dramatically.

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In 2017, practices need to decide whether to include advanced practitioners in MIPS. In the future, it will become mandatory, says one expert.

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One doctor looks at what causes burnout and how she thinks physicians can cure themselves of it.

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Per proposed rules from CMS on implementation of MACRA, increased use of certified EHR technology will be required starting in 2018.

Many physicians are considering a private care model in response to growing pains stemming from healthcare reform. But how long can they function without oversight?

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