Uncertainty of the ACA aside, a new survey indicates most payers will stay in health plan exchange next year.
HHS Secretary Tom Price puts the call out for additional alternatives to the fee-for-service Medicare payment model.
Following this year's flexibility, practices must meet strict MACRA guidelines in 2018 and beyond or face negative payment adjustments.
At a time when its very existence is in doubt, the Affordable Care Act has never been more popular, according to a recent poll.
No one can accurately predict what will happen with the ACA, but that doesn't mean physicians can't chart a path forward.
Also in this week's Practice Notes: President Trump launches opioid epidemic committee, while proposing budget cuts to mental health services.
With the GOP's efforts to repeal the ACA having gone awry, what's next for health policy? The AMA President-Elect weighs in.
Amid a possible repeal of the ACA, a study shows physicians were able to accommodate an uptick in patient demand under the law.
A recent research effort has uncovered that the number of physicians has actually gone up during the Affordable Care Act era, despite claims to the contrary.
Members of our editorial advisory board and Physicians Practice readers share their thoughts on the proposed alternative to the ACA.