Published by: HIT Consultant
Fear of COVID-19 exposure isn’t the only thing holding patients back from seeking needed care during the pandemic. So are the complexities of navigating life after COVID-19—and it’s a struggle that physicians, who are overworked and burned out, can relate to as well.
Published By: MedCity News
How can specialty practices most effectively engage undertreated and underserved patients while navigating rising rates of workforce shortages, burnout and the financial pressures that come with operating a practice during a pandemic?
Published By: Veterans Health Today
Today, 500,000 veterans are living with prostate cancer, and 16,000 veterans have been diagnosed with metastatic disease.
Published By: Medical Economics
Three tips and tricks for practices looking to boost the bottom line.
Published By: Integrated Healthcare Executive
Learn how technology can address the unmet needs of patients with complex conditions while improving business metrics in specialty care.
Published by: PSQH (Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare)
Keeping patients from falling through the cracks due to breakdowns in care efficiency is one of the toughest challenges specialty care practices face.
Published by: AJMC (American Journal of Managed Care)
Creating a framework for social determinants of health (which researchers believe could affect 80% of health outcomes).
Published By: Healthcare Business Today
With specialty care practices like urology bracing for payment cuts under the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule—and with the pandemic intensifying workforce shortages and burnout—how will care management evolve to ensure treatment plans are delivered safer, faster and with better outcomes?
Featured On: MGMA
As nurses and physicians leave healthcare at record rates, another workforce shortage threatens specialty care outcomes: Medical assistants (MAs) and other lower-wage healthcare workers.
Featured On: Physicians Practice
It took 27 weeks for physician visits to return to pre-pandemic levels after COVID-19 emerged, and some specialties, such as gastroenterology, nephrology and urology, have been slower to rebound than others, an MGMA analysis found
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