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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.

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We are nearly halfway through the year. What should be on physicians' radar for the rest of 2016? Here are eight things to look at.

KrisEmily McCrory, MD

In part two of our conversation with family medicine physician KrisEmily McCrory, she shares her concerns about the cost to implement unrealistic quality metrics.

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In announcing its Comprehensive Primary Care Plus model, CMS showed it has somewhat learned from its first go round.

KrisEmily McCrory, MD

Physicians are frustrated with the lack of clear specifics on how they will meet quality metrics to avoid a negative payment adjustment in 2019.

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It's important that physician practices stay compliant with HIPAA by executing business associate agreements with various vendor partners.

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Continuing off her last blog, a physician shares more changes she has seen related to Obamacare on the front lines of medicine.

Because the replacement for Medicare's SGR is complex and potentially difficult to participate in, physicians must arm themselves with knowledge.

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