Keyword: American Academy of Family Physicians
Calling it the "most pressing priority" for family physicians, the AAFP has adopted a host of principles aimed at reducing administrative burden.
Despite the move to value-based payment, fee-for-service payments are still the primary source of physician practice revenue.
For doctors, preventing or dealing appropriately with interruptions can improve patient care and potentially save lives.
With President Trump poised to sign the Republican tax bill into law, healthcare organizations are warning it will hurt patients.
The Trump administration has reportedly told HHS agencies that they should avoid using certain words in next year's budget documents.
Leaders in the value-based care movement say the government can better support independent physician practices.
A new study offers encouraging signs that physicians are getting more comfortable with new payment models—though barriers remain.
Senate Republicans now plan to repeal the ACA's individual mandate in their tax overhaul package—and the healthcare industry isn’t happy about it.
AMA has been consumed by a “waterfall of disturbing legislative healthcare proposals," but its long-term goals revolve around data management.
There’s been no shortage of disasters in the headlines. Doctors are stepping forward to help.