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health law and policy

More women than ever flocking to med schoolMedical school enrollment has traditionally been dominated by men-until now.
5 key factors in considering MACRA virtual groupsBefore joining or forming a virtual group to report metrics through CMS' Quality Payment Program, there are a number of issues for practices to consider.
Are payers ensuring good patient care?One of the missions of health insurance providers is to ensure patients have access to effective, quality, evidence-based care. Clinical practice guidelines support the practice of evidence-based medicine, and are typically derived from recognized scientific sources such as specialty societies and are updated annually.
Grading the Trump administration's healthcare initiatives
Grading the Trump administration's healthcare initiativesOne doc's perspective on how the White House has done when it comes to fixing healthcare.
How one practice conquered burnoutThree strategies for prevention of burnout
Help uninsured patients without hurting your practice
Help uninsured patients without hurting your practicePhysicians may increasingly face the predicament of wanting to provide care for patients in need while also needing to protect their practice finances.
Doctors are notably absent from D.C. healthcare discussionsWashington D.C. continues to turn to politicians instead of physicians to enact meaningful change. That must stop immediately.
Are Apple and Amazon tech ‘saviors’ or same old story?
Are Apple and Amazon tech ‘saviors’ or same old story?Apple, Google and other tech giants are moving into health IT, but regulatory hurdles could stunt innovation
8 ways to reduce physician frustration with the EHRTime spent on EHR data entry instead of interacting with patients is a common complaint from doctors.
Interoperability is a possibility, and closer than some may thinkIndustry insiders share their views of how healthcare is moving steadily toward a connected future.