Once considered elitist, direct primary care practices are gaining ground with physicians and patients alike.
Independent practices are facing an abundance of challenges from external factors. One consultant is looking to help them through case-study learning.
Recent survey data suggests that most physicians — independent or not — feel the private practice is still an attractive career path.
CMS drops the final rule for implementation of MACRA. What does it mean for small practices?
Preparing to open a new practice is the ideal time to create your professional brand. It is your opportunity to let patients know who you are professionally.
In anticipation of our Best States to Practice feature, we asked physicians on our editorial advisory board why they love (or hate) their state.
Direct primary care practices are growing in popularity, according to this year's GAP Survey. Why is that the case?
You've seen Trump vs Clinton. The Pearls podcast looks at another debate: Should the Affordable Care Act be repealed or not?
Can small practices make it through MACRA? In this podcast, Pam Minichiello of the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative says it depends on preparation.
We asked two forward-thinking practices what may very well be the question of the year. Here's what they had to say.