92 percent of docs say prior authorizations negatively impact outcomes
Physicians are reporting that prior authorizations are negatively affecting patient care, a new American Medical Association (AMA) survey of 1,000 physicians showed. Ninety-two percent of primary care and specialty physicians who provide 20 or more hours of patient care a week said that prior authorizations have a negative impact on patient clinical outcomes.
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