Keyword: New England Journal of Medicine
Physician groups in ACOs saved Medicare $256 million over a three-year period. Hospitals added $111 million in costs.
Roughly two-thirds (67.3%) of practitioners added to the workforce between 2016 and 2030 will be advanced practice clinicians, according to projections.
As the largest payer of health insurance, self-insured employers will determine whether APMs make a dent in national health spending.
The American College of Physicians wants Congress to hold hearings on the health of children held in family detention, plus more healthcare headlines.
Colorado is seeing the smallest premium increases in years. Plus, physicians blame pharma for high costs in new survey.
Lots of factors are at play when it comes to high healthcare costs. But doctors are sure of one thing: They aren’t to blame.
In order to treat more people addicted to opioids, primary care practices need to step up, according to doctors.
In the New England Journal of Medicine, a Harvard Medical student said he's learned physician burnout is more complicated than stress from overwork.
Healthcare regulators and insurers have long attached a high value to hospital readmission rates as an indicator of hospital quality.
The CMS' innovation center isn't living up to what lawmakers originally envisioned, according to three researchers.