The challenge: transform healthcare to harness the IT either in place today or currently being implemented. And the inspiration: demonstrable improvements in cost and care quality that make patients healthier.
As millions of aging baby boomers make the sometimes difficult adjustment from working to retirement, maintaining their mental stimulation and active engagement with life may become as big a challenge for some doctors as sustaining their physical health.
In celebration of Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week, we are sending you daily compliance and ethics tips in our week-long series.
Income is up, frustration still exists, and healthcare reform is making a definite impact on physician practices. Doctors revealed the number of hours worked, changes to their practice, and satisfaction with their compensation and the practice of medicine.
Important Medicare date may impact physicians who order or refer services for Medicare patients, bill for ordered or referred services, or privately contract.
MSNVA Leadership joins the National Volunteer Week celebration by thanking the numerous individuals who have contributed their time and financial resources to MSNVA and the MSNVA Foundation.
A new Accenture survey shows that most U.S. doctors surveyed (82 percent) want patients to actively participate in their own healthcare by updating their electronic health records.
Effective for plan years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2014, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) prohibits group health plans and issuers from imposing pre-existing condition exclusions (PCEs) on any enrollees.
Beginning in 2014, individuals and small employers will be able to purchase health insurance through online competitive marketplaces, or Exchanges.
How to prepare for the changes coming this year for medical practices? With so many changes coming rapid fire each year, it can be difficult to keep track of what we need to be doing.