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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.
Faced with contentious MOC requirements, fewer family physicians are keeping their board certification.
With an aging workforce, the country may soon be facing a shortage of obstetrician/gynecologists, according to a new report released today.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Reviews of patient-centered medical homes suggest that they lead to lower costs and improved care quality.
A recent study finds that family physicians are delivering fewer babies.
Family physicians in safety net and managed-care settings are more likely to use telehealth than doctors in other settings, according to a recent policy brief.