Health care was by far the top issue for voters, according to the poll
The secret to an interoperable, value-based system
As soon as news surfaced last week about the potential merger of CVS Health and Aetna, all eyes turned to the looming threat from Amazon
"Making our cities healthier requires a huge commitment on behalf of elected officials and the community to not resist change"
Lori Wallace says it's frustrating to constantly hear messages in ads for hospitals that imply her cancer would go away if she were just more positive and tried harder
A growing number of patients and doctors are concerned about overtreatment, which is rampant across the health care system
These markets become ripe for the exercise of health insurer market power, which harms patients by raising premiums above competitive levels
Continued adoption of value-based payment models and MACRA implementation are affecting practices large and small, and the impact is all but certain to grow
Fight for doctors' independence was all the talk at an Orlando town hall dinner meeting
Proponents of the practice say that even when hospitals get most of the money, it is well spent
If one steps back and looks at the big picture of healthcare, the goal is clear - to improve health outcomes, it is the route that is not.
Everything adds up when you're determining your practice's valuation
Taxpayers, not consumers, will bear the brunt of the extra rate hike because federal premium assistance for policyholders, which is pegged to the cost of coverage, will also increase
The National Institute of Health (NIH) recently launched a pilot-project called All Of Us that will collect and study the genetic, lifestyle, and environmental data of 1 Million people. The objective is to answer the question, "Why me?" when it comes to disease.
So much of the patient journey is taking place outside of your office, and in many cases, outside of the care you provide
AID responds to news from the American Board of Medical Specialties
In 2011, the entire healthcare industry managed to generate 150 billion gigabytes, or 150 Exabytes, of data- comprising of patient information, disease registries, regulatory data, etc.
This hurricane season has been an eye opener and has prompted hospitals to adapt a costly and convoluted action plan to prepare for the impending natural disasters with the potential for mass casualties
I've learned there is a threat that most of us don't consider when we approach the subject of planning for our financial future
Insurance companies will try to find a way to deny/reject any medical claim
Several common factors lead to a practice's demise or stagnated growth, and your mission is to reduce or eliminate what's keeping you from being at the top of your "business" game
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