AMA Urges Patient-first Language to Destigmatize Obesity
Four years after declaring obesity a disease, the national doctor's group is urging new terminology for physicians to use in exam rooms.
DOJ Sues UnitedHealth, Alleges $1B Medicare Fraud
The Department of Justice filed its second lawsuit this month against UnitedHealth, alleging inflated risk adjustment payments.
Latest ACA Repeal Effort Soundly Rejected by AMA, Others
Medical advocacy groups continue to oppose the GOP's healthcare repeal efforts, speaking out against the latest iteration of the AHCA.
11 Ways Small Practices Can Comply with MACRA
Following this year's flexibility, practices must meet strict MACRA guidelines in 2018 and beyond or face negative payment adjustments.
New CMS Chief Confirmed Amid Controversy
Controversy continues as the GOP healthcare bill clears its first hurdles.
Would the American Health Care Act Benefit Patients?
A lot has been said about the proposed GOP healthcare bill, but, if implemented, would it be beneficial?
With Population Health, it's Not All in the EHR
While one practice built their own EHR to address population health, another solution is accessing information about specialists
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