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Physicians Looking Beyond Fee-for-Service

Acceptance of new practice models is growing steadily — both to meet the needs of physicians and their patients, according to our annual Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo.

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Dr. Hoffman looks at the decision to either take an employed position or go independent as a doctor. What's the best route to go?

In our recurring blog "Inbox" we share comments from physicians and practice administrators telling us what keeps them awake at night.

Thinking of joining an ACO and not sure if it's the right fit for your practice? Here are a few things to know before you sign up.

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A recent workshop extensively evaluated whether DPC practices can or should remain in Medicare and otherwise how to manage plan interactions.

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Here are a few ways private practices can overcome the onslaught of MACRA and other outside factors that are threatening their existence.

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Dr. Daniel Hoffman lays out the case for being an independent doctor, rather than employed by a health system. What are the benefits?

M. Samir Qamar, MD

M. Samir Qamar, a family medicine physician, made the switch to direct primary care a few years back and hasn't looked back. He explains why he loves it.

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