Keyword: Patient-Centered Primary Care Collective
Some financial support is making its way to primary care practices, but not enough, industry stakeholders say.
The strain of COVID-19 on practices may be easing, but the overall picture for primary care remains tenuous, according to a new survey.
More than a third of primary care clinicians fear their patients will die because of delayed care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Changes in telehealth reimbursement and federal relief funding might not be enough to bolster many primary care practices during the COVID pandemic.
Primary care practices are being hard hit by the coronavirus outbreak and many physicians describe desperate conditions, according to a new survey.
States that spend more on primary care have better outcomes, including fewer hospitalizations and emergency department visits, says a new study.
A new report says that advanced primary care—and in particular the patient-centered medical home—contribute to an ACO’s success.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Reviews of patient-centered medical homes suggest that they lead to lower costs and improved care quality.