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Despite an industry focus on the benefits of primary care, such services make up just a fraction of Medicare spending.
Employers and payers are piloting programs that offer people monetary incentives for switching to lower-priced providers.
Positive results from supervised injection sites abroad suggest it’s time for U.S. policymakers to consider piloting similar programs stateside.
Physicians, especially those in small practices, are having trouble keeping up with the increasing complexity and ever-changing regulatory structure of APMs.
Providers looking to reduce the cost of kidney care should do so by getting patients in to see a nephrologist sooner, according to a new report.
This study found also found an estimated $86 million in savings.
A more customizable experience can make hospital ranking data more usable for patients and researchers, according to a new study.
The proliferation of smartphones makes them a prime choice for solving EHR matching errors, according to a new analysis.
The move is aimed at encouraging students to pursue careers in less lucrative specialties, as graduates won’t be saddled with six-figure debt.
It stands to reason that the fuller an inpatient ward is, the greater a patient's risk of infection. But a new study finds that may not be the case.