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A new JAMA study found that physicians received $2.4 billion in industry-related payments in 2015. The authors also note that many in healthcare don't recognize a "subconscious bias" related to such interactions with products repped by industry sales associates, and...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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One in 4 hospital patients are currently in value-based programs, but in three years' time, that number will double, survey data suggests.

source: HealthLeaders Media

OrthoTennessee's CIO credits the organization's positive results in bundled payment models with being able to successfully engage patients.

source: Healthcare Informatics

When it comes to orthopaedic and spine practices, many efforts are defined as "marketing" and practices justify the use of these efforts so long as it seems to create more exposure for the practice. The prevailing thought being...

source: Becker's Spine Review

An industry expert advised health systems to check off key capabilities, such as a large population and data access, before implementing population-based alternative payment models.

source: RevCycle Intelligence

Post-acute care costs significantly varied by healthcare market, resulting in cost outcome differences for hip and knee replacement bundled payment models, a study showed.

source: RevCycle Intelligence

In Part 1 of this two-part article exploring the implications of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) for healthcare providers, healthcare leaders and health IT experts discussed why it's critical...

source: Healthcare Informatics


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