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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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New risk-contracting discussions are now occurring between providers/hospitals and the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

Hospitals go to great lengths to control physicians. They take undeserved public credit for physicians’ work. Curiously, physicians capitulate. Why?

If you're considering concierge medicine, do you become a DIY-er, or do you look to experts?

Adding ancillary services may seem like a good idea. Before you commit, consider the fit with your practice and the total costs.

With revenues plummeting and overhead increasing, cardiologists are considering concierge medicine too, to help them stay afloat.

Opening a concierge medical practice with no established patient base is challenging, but it's not impossible. Here's how one doctor did it.

A recent survey reveals that physicians who leave employment for private practice are happier than those that leave private practice for employment.

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