For the more than 21 million children living with chronic conditions, adherence to these types of treatment plans and medication regimens is an indelible daily part of their young lives.
Precise patient documentation is critical to communicating a patient's condition, organizing their healthcare records, and facilitating payer reimbursement
One of the biggest risks is the act of practicing medicine virtually and the challenges of virtual examinations, reviewing diagnostics, communicating with the patient, loss of contextual clues, etc.
For the majority of practices, real estate is the second highest expense behind payroll.
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Increased access to patient-centric data sources such as electronic health records, patient reported outcomes, claims data, and genomic data is driving a renewed interest in patient registries as a potential nexus for a more holistic view of the patient experience.
Is testing the right way to tackle the growing drug misuse problem in the U.S.?
One good method of saving and earning is through investing. Here are four options you can consider.
If you are in a membership medicine model, is working with payers the right way to go?
Today’s patients are savvy healthcare consumers seeking access to trusted healthcare content and digital health technology that empowers them to make educated care decisions throughout their health and wellness journey.
A recently retired physician reflects on his last patient and the healthcare system.
Thanks to being faster, on-demand, and more customizable, decentralized clinical trials are here to stay.
Physicians can take a note from professional athletes
The following self-care and general health tips will keep you prioritizing your health and not just the health of your patients.
You truly have to walk a mile in a patient’s shoes to find out the true barriers to improving their well-being.
How to take steps to boost the experience for this group of patients.
What independent practices should consider when adopting remote patient monitoring services.
Can your employee handbook get you in trouble?
Health equity metrics are increasingly required in value-based care.
In an increasingly vendor-supported environment, many organizations fail to secure third-party connections.
Physicians Practice® spoke with Scott LaRoque, CEO of MPOWERHealth, about why some physicians may be hesitant to adopt value-based care models and how they can overcome these hesitations.
Technology can serve a higher purpose in healthcare by enabling clinicians to easily communicate and share information without having to taking time away from patient care.
Physicians Practice® spoke with Kristina Hutson, a product line developer at Availity, about surprise billing events in independent healthcare practices and what owners and administrators can do to reduce the likelihood of their occurrence.
Physicians constrained when payers put cost above care.
Why you should pay attention to the future of direct primary care.
Advances in remote monitoring are allowing for physician practices to further monitor heart failure patients on a regular basis, without the patients needing to leave their home. This real-time data provides seamless connectivity, improved clinical outcomes and reductions of adverse events.
Look for alignments with your practice’s mission, values, and strategic priorities.
Our experience shows how key features of value-based care can position practices to be more resilient, adaptable, and future-oriented.
Patient-reported outcomes are becoming increasingly important to patients, providers, and payers.
The design of your practice can do a lot to make patients feel more comfortable.