Physician practices are facing an uphill battle in their quest to remain independent
CMS’ emphasis on preventive care and the need for better chronic care management raises the need for a care coordinator to ensure medication management and monitor for potential contraindications. The ideal coordinator? Clinical pharmacists.
You owe it to all your patients re-examine your exam room to see how you can provide a high level of care for everyone, including those with mobility limitations.
Substandard care can lead to reduced payments for hospitals with excess readmissions.
Community health information exchanges appear to offer many advantages, including increased revenue for physician practices.
A look at the interconnectedness of reputation management, patient engagement and value-based care.
Is your Patient and Family Advisory Council a checked box or a meaningful vehicle for collaboration with patients and families?
Health coaching might be the middleman the American healthcare system needs to make reform a reality.
One independent practice has improved patient outcomes, employee efficiency, and practice revenue by implementing a chronic care management program.
As providers, it’s our job to identify and anticipate what patients need. But, in order to deliver the right care at the right time, we need to re-examine our processes and relationships not only with our patients, but also with one another.