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Keith L. Martin
CMS must stop manipulating small practices
The federal government must rethink its strategy of working to put small medical practices out of business.
Mostashari's biggest Meaningful Use regret and health IT's future
Aledade’s Farzad Mostashari answers Medical Economics readers’ questions on various struggles facing physicians regarding health IT.
Physicians must harness their power to ensure independence
Physicians must harness their power to ensure independence
Farzad Mostashari, MD, recently sat down with Medical Economics to weigh in on topics ranging from how his former employer can truly make value-based care attainable for solo and small practices as well as the true fate of private medicine.
DNC speakers highlight Clinton’s healthcare dedication
DNC speakers highlight Clinton’s healthcare dedication
On the night she became the official Democratic candidate for president, Hillary Clinton’s healthcare experience came to the forefront.
DNC delegate physician says affordable healthcare vital for rural America
DNC delegate physician says affordable healthcare vital for rural America
Rebecca Mueller wants to remind her fellow Democrats that there’s a true need for affordable healthcare in rural communities.
Irresponsible to say physicians can be bought to put patient care second
Irresponsible to say physicians can be bought to put patient care second
No doubt you’ve seen the report suggesting that even a single free meal can sway a physician’s prescribing habits.
Mastering the art of physician contract negotiations
While largely viewed as an unpleasant experience, a little bit of contract negotiation can go a long way for improving a physician’s future.
Avoid common mistakes in switching EHRs
If you are thinking of changing EHRs or changing practices, there are several lessons to consider to make your transition a success.
Small practices likely to be ‘losers’ under MACRA
CMS acknowledges that smaller practices will face penalties of $300 million under MIPS in year one.
Preparing internists for end-of-life discussions
A palliative care expert says internists are forging critical bonds with patients today for difficult discussions that can occur in the future.