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Keith L. Martin
Doctors are notably absent from D.C. healthcare discussions
Washington D.C. continues to turn to politicians instead of physicians to enact meaningful change. That must stop immediately.
2018 ChangeMakers in medicine
2018 ChangeMakers in medicine
There is a special group of physicians who work tirelessly to improve the lives of their patients, their own medical practice and the well-being of their community. To us, those physicians are ChangeMakers.
Threats to Medicare funding jeopardize physician participation
How long they can play the Medicare payment shell game without simply walking away from the table?
Regulators focus on reducing physician EHR burden
National Coordinator Don Rucker on why figuring out system problems is similar to diagnosing a patient’s illness
Physicians need immediate relief from patient data disconnect
Physicians’ ongoing struggle to gain much-needed patient data is just that: ongoing.
6 reasons it's critical to have an IT emergency plan in place
With small practices largely outsourcing tech support, it’s critical they take steps to be prepared
CVS-Aetna deal could be costly for independent physician practices
Will CVS require patients to go to MinuteClinics instead of the physician they are used to seeing?
Our 2018 resolutions to readers
I want to go on record now with a few that the entire team at Medical Economics plans to keep in 2018
Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2018
Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2018
Many physicians are relieved to see 2017 come to an end.
Q&A: Refocusing physician-patient communication
In the book, “What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear,” Danielle Ofri, an associate professor of medicine at the New York University School of Medicine, examines the state of physician-patient communication and what can be done to reduce the distractions and get back to focusing on improving the patient’s health.