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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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There are alternatives to quitting or changing jobs for experienced physicians wary of current changes in healthcare delivery.

If you find yourself reaching the breaking point, stop and consider locum tenens work. It may offer the flexibility and stress relief you are looking for.

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Breaking down how the latest proposed rule from CMS could impact physician self-referral regulations and what it means for physicians.

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A recent study revealed that among practices within ACOs, individual physicians aren’t reaping financial benefits through higher compensation.

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We know healthcare is changing and will have to continue to change, but this shift will come gradually and need to be driven by a compelling reason.

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Can physicians stay independent in an increasingly challenging environment? Here are a few strategies to avoid physician employment.

Large medical groups are beginning to explore the pros, cons, and feasibility of concierge medicine.

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