A new policy brief from Health Affairs and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation examines telehealth parity laws in the United States. With 20 percent of Americans living in areas that have physician shortages, telehealth could help these underserved U.S. residents obtain...
Section 1557: What Does It Mean and How Can My Practice Comply? With deadlines coming up regarding implementation of the ACA Section 1557 on non-discrimination, AAOE is hosting an educational session to inform you of the requirements, provide materials to use in meeting...
Wondering what all must be done by October 16 for compliance with Section 1557? To help you prepare before the quickly-approaching deadline is here, AAOE has added a free Hot Topic Webinar to offer guidance on the Section 1557 requirements, provide materials to help you...
Even with a spike in outpatient claims, the overall malpractice news is good: total claims are down at The Doctors' Company. The physician-owned insurance company analyzed 1,180 closed claims levied against internal medicine physicians spanning 2007-2014.
Eighty-five percent of provider organizations, hospitals and physician practices are currently seeking to replace their healthcare revenue cycle management systems or are deciding if it is time to switch, according to a new survey...
Medical doctors are largely overwhelmed by their work and disengaged from key healthcare reform measures such as value-based payments, accountable care organizations, and electronic health records, survey data shows.
With demand dwarfing the supply of advanced practitioners, it's a good time to be a nurse practitioner or physician assistant. But even though such nonphysician practitioners essentially have their pick of where to work, they're not all satisfied with their current employment....
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