Frustrated by a lack of DPPs to send patients with prediabetes, this Michigan family medicine practice started its own. Here are the results so far.
A strong primary care base and a willingness to invest in care coordination infrastructure are the keys to successful physician-only accountable care organizations.
Accountable care organizations create opportunities for physicians and hospitals to explore new ways to improve quality and lower costs. AMA guidance lays out key factors for doctors to weigh.
In an era of disruption, essential principles of physician advocacy hold true: Tell stories, bring facts, build relationships. This approach generates results.
Congress keeps government running, extends CHIP for 10 years, approves key Medicare pay provisions and kills the Independent Payment Advisory Board.