Physicians and practices should keep a keen eye on healthcare mergers and acquisitions in order to serve their patients—and remain in business.
In the transition from volume to value, there are three keys to keep in mind to make things beneficial for physicians and patients.
Many hospitals have built and grown to diversify fee for service. The movement to shift risk to them leaves many in jeopardy.
A concierge doc shares his experiences with using chatbot technology as a way to provide patients more value.
As Medicare increasingly emphasizes value-based care, AAFP leadership is guiding primary-care physicians with its new model.
As more and more payers offer value-based contracts, how can practices negotiate favorable terms in this strange new territory?
The professional model of medicine is trying to reach a sweet spot, allowing physicians to remain independent but maximize the power of a larger organization.
Bringing primary-care physicians in touch with the local EMS is enabling team-based care in Washington. In turn, they can reduce unnecessary utilization of the ED.
MACRA madness, good advice, and a few other observations from the conference, held in Anaheim.
In the era of value-based care, understanding where the patient is coming from and engaging them is as important as ever.