HIEs see themselves as an engine to help practices report on MACRA measures, but there are a few drawbacks.
Despite a Republican Congress and White House, experts are skeptical about federal medical tort reform bills becoming law.
Fitbits and other wearables have become more and more popular, but does using this data fall under HIPAA or not?
With new technology in medicine, the privacy lines are often blurred. Here are some things to keep in mind regarding HIPAA compliance.
The words "repeal and replace" were thrown around during the campaign, but the reality is much more unclear for government officials.
Seven areas of MACRA where practices will likely struggle in the coming years, with advice from experts on how to deal with each one.
The American Board of Internal Medicine is attempting to salvage the name of MOC. Will physicians buy in?
We know what technologies practices are using today, but what will they be utilizing in 10 years? Here are six possibilities.
In announcing its Comprehensive Primary Care Plus model, CMS showed it has somewhat learned from its first go round.
The Merit-Based Incentive Program could mean more practice buyouts and increased complexity between Medicare Parts A and B.