In a survey, 95% of the physicians said that they weren't completely satisfies with the data exchange standards
... the lack of price transparency is one reason our system stays so expensive... this opacity is cemented by legally binding contracts
Given the complex nature of modern day healthcare data exchange, providers are themselves held back from tapping the full potential of the available data and utilizing it to drive the best possible outcomes
While many of these contractors are just too lazy and cheap to get their licenses, some of them are real criminals who will take your money without doing the work and even steal your property
The truth is, getting positive media attention can be tough these days, especially when you're a solo provider or small practice and don't have a public relations team
A paradigm shift is occurring and a revolution is stirring in business today
Bank Line of Credit can be the most distressing type of borrowing
Are we collectively and, perhaps unwittingly, slowing the pace of progress at the expense of patients to protect information that, while proprietary, may not affect a "solution's" success by way of efficacy, acceptance, or adoption?
Today, two brand-name vaccines, both with price tags of more than $300, are widely advertised on television and touted as a smart investment for parents who love their college-bound kids
The current state of US healthcare isn't what one would've imagined 30 years ago
Both before and after implementation of the federal health law, this market "serving people who don't get coverage through work or the government" has proved problematic
In a survey of nearly 3,000 adults younger than 65, about half of the roughly 1,900 who said they spent money on medical care in the previous year reported that they knew in advance what their costs would be.
Fifty-six percent of doctors registered either strong support or were somewhat supportive of a single-payer health system, according to the survey by Merritt Hawkins, a physician recruitment firm
The loss of the payments would be expected to have minimal effect on the number of uninsured people over the next decade
Small-midsize practices are much easier targets to penetrate due to lack of cybersecurity expertise and insufficient budgets
When generics enter a market, competition can drive prices lower initially. But when prices sink, some companies inevitably stop making their drugs.
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Stay proactive and implement effective tax strategies throughout the year
Center will have an open process for granting access to physicians
How can our pediatric practice improve our HEDIS Quality Measure scores?
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