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Healthcare is only “safe” when physicians work for patientsThis post is in rebuttal to the blog post by Dr. Monya De, "White men need to do their part and make healthcare safe again."
What are small practices saying about telemedicine?While leaders in healthcare are pushing for an era of digital care, many providers on the frontlines have remained silent observers.
Real-world DAA therapy shows gains in community settingPhysicians have a “good, effective, safe therapy available” for hepatitis C virus genotype 6 patients, says researcher.
Study: DAA all-oral combination successful in treating hepatitis CEarly data shows promise in “real-world” effectiveness.
EHRs open opportunities for clinical trials, research participationSystems allow physicians and their patients to more easily identify relevant studies, although working such alerts into workflow can be challenging
Artificial intelligence could create smarter EHRsAI will be an increasingly important player in healthcare IT, with better medical care being an expected benefit.
Primary care physicians react to AHCA
Primary care physicians react to AHCAFrom calling it “a step backward” to “complex and confusing,” primary care physicians told Medical Economics they have doubts about GOP healthcare reform plans.
CIOs committing to more population health technologyNew research shows executives want to invest in enhancing their systems as population health’s role grows.
Five best practices for population health successAs small practices ramp up their population health management programs, here’s how they can get the most out of those efforts.
The perils of price lists for private practicesThe details of what will come when the Affordable Care Act is repealed are not yet finalized, however high on President Donald Trump's list on healthcare reform is the idea that patients should have the ability to compare prices before they decide on a doctor or facility for their healthcare.