Medical Economics Inside The Practice
Running a medical practice has never been more challenging. Inside the Practice taps the leading experts in practice administration to provide crash courses into the most vexing challenges facing practices today, including practice finances, technology, coding/documentation, staff retention and more. Inside the Practice focuses on the beyond-the-classroom business training physicians don’t receive in medical school.
Medical Economics Inside the Practice: Inside New Ways to Address Social Drivers of Health
Leaders within the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have proposed the new Universal Foundation, a core set of quality measures that align across programs currently using various criteria to assess physicians, clinicians, and health care settings. The Physicians Foundation believes that federal leadership can become a meaningful – even historic – step forward in changing how doctors, patients, and payers address drivers of health (DOH). Also called social drivers or social determinants of health (SDOH), those factors can range from food insecurity to transportation or utility issues, to interpersonal safety. Physicians Foundation President Gary Price, MD, MBA, explains this connection.
Medical Economics Inside the Practice: Inside Remote Patient Monitoring
Inside the Practice takes a look at the growing popularity of remote patient monitoring as a patient service and revenue stream for practices. Aaron Nye, an executive at 100plus, discusses how practices can start an RPM program, or take theirs to the next level.