Jeffrey Bendix is the senior editor of Medical Economics.
Weighing the costs and benefits of ancillary services
Under value-based pay, practices may find they need ancillary services just to maintain their current revenue.
The highs and lows of clinically integrated networks
How can independent practices stay in business without sacrificing their freedom?
The broken promise of digitizing patient data
Digitizing patient health data was supposed to make it usable for public and population health research. So far, that hasn’t happened.
HLTH 2022: Trust in public health shaken by COVID-19 response
Panelists say lack of clear explanations for public health policy decisions adds to problem.
HLTH 2022: Value-based care's potential
Panelists highlight care options unavailable under fee-for-service model.
MGMA 2022: Burnout among doctors continuing to rise, survey finds
Despite prevalence, few institutions have formal programs for addressing burnout.
Value-based care catching up to fee-for-service
Outcomes-based models are spreading, but fee-for-service still dominates payment landscape.
E/M billing changes reward time in the exam room
Time-based visits gain financial advantage over medical decision-making in some circumstances.
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Integrating social determinants of health into health data exchanges
When housing, transportation and other nonclinical data are shared electronically, clinicians can better understand their patients’ needs.
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