The push for value-based healthcare—higher quality, better access, and lower cost—has opened up the door for technology to automate elements of care at a much lower cost.
Health Law and Policy
. EHRs were intended to be a way to better track health data for hospitals, payers and physicians. Although they have good intentions, they often end up causing more problems than they solve.
Our medical care system works poorly for most chronic medical illnesses and it costs far too much.
Primary care physicians (PCP) see patients for a wide variety of reasons, but according to a recent study, there’s one category that stands out above the rest—behavioral health.
There has been much discord as to the proper role of government in healthcare.
Proposed Trusted Exchange Framework aims to make sharing healthcare data a clearer reality.
Price transparency and sales funnels—what do these have in common?
In between the headache that is healthcare for physicians these days, Medical Economics has tried to insert some laughter into the crazy and hectic lives of our readers through our Funny Bone Comics. Click through to see which cartoons you got the most joy and laughs from this past year.
Read on to find out how EHRs have been affecting physicians this year.