Commercial payers don’t automatically reward physicians for being loyal members of their networks.
Lisa Eramo, MA
It could be financially worthwhile to delve more deeply into patients’ cognitive problems.
Although there’s no cure for osteoarthritis, it’s certainly possible for primary care physicians to not only help their patients manage symptoms, but also improve reimbursement for doing so.
Prescribing a disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drug (DMARD) for patients with rheumatoid arthritis not only helps alleviate symptoms, but it may also help physicians trigger performance-based bonuses from certain commercial payers.
In the age of value-based care, helping patients manage this chronic condition becomes more important than ever
Tips for physicians to address high blood pressure, meet value-based care targets
The new guidance means that nearly 103 million Americans will now carry a diagnosis of high blood pressure following a visit to their physician.