Clinically integrated networks and accountable care organizations are two types of structured networks that can help providers improve care services and legally negotiate with payers.
Patient engagement strategies that continue after the office visit can help improve outcomes and cut costs.
On Mar. 21, the American Medical Association delivered an open letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, asking for an Administrative Burden category for exemptions to MACRA penalties.
When healthcare technologies are disconnected, your practice suffers higher costs from miscommunication.
Frequent EHR use leads to better patient engagement, which in turn leads to loyal patients that spend more money with the doctors they know and trust.
With the introduction of MACRA and the start of reporting this year, physicians may be worried about their thin profit margins getting even thinner.
Clinically integrated networks are a legal structure with benefits that extend beyond the bottom line.
EHR integration is important at every level.
As patients expect more of their health care provider’s technical capabilities, offices need to increase the number of features of their patient portals.