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Calling it the "most pressing priority" for family physicians, the AAFP has adopted a host of principles aimed at reducing administrative burden.
Physicians and payers are vowing to collaborate to help relieve one of doctors’ biggest headaches: obtaining prior authorizations.
As much as they dislike aspects of MIPS, two major physician groups disagree with a vote by MedPAC yesterday to replace the Medicare payment system.
A new survey paints a tough financial picture for U.S. medical groups, as it found that costs went up and revenues down in 2017.
If 2017 was tumultuous, the year ahead may be one of adjustment to all that change for physician practices.
From a new physician payment system to political battles in Washington, 2017 was a year of upheaval for doctors.
In a recent poll, 84% of practice leaders said their organization has a policy on sexual harassment, but experts say that’s not enough.
Leaders in the value-based care movement say the government can better support independent physician practices.
Doctors who work for nonacademic, private hospital systems outearn their counterparts in academic settings—some by as much as $123,000.
As 2017 winds to a close, it’s not too late for physicians to avoid a financial penalty for not participating in the new Medicare payment program.