If telemedicine is supposed to provide convenient and accessible care, why are so few using these services?
Negotiating with health plans is not about who you are or what you do. It is about fair compensation for what you deliver.
Concierge medicine and direct primary care both have membership fees, but that doesn’t make them the same. Here are 10 differences you should know.
Medicare as rolled out its “direct primary care prototype,” but physicians should look closer at the model as it’s not quite DPC.
Many hospitals have built and grown to diversify fee for service. The movement to shift risk to them leaves many in jeopardy.
Unlike physicians, APRNs, and other health professionals, physician assistants do not receive direct reimbursement from insurers.
This healthcare expert believes concierge medicine is the future of healthcare due to its benefits for both patients and physicians.
Would you rather work for an independent practice group, or are you better off employed by a health system?
From creating new services to making better use of tech, if you’re among the planners hoping to make 2018 your practice’s best year ever, here are seven strategies that can help.
Why are practices merging with others? Here are five common reasons at what's driving this trend.