EHRs must deliver on promises or face ONC scrutiny November 21, 2016By Hannah DouglasAs physicians continue to maneuver through the electronic health record (EHR) maze, they'll soon start to see more oversight from Uncle Sam. House calls could be secret weapon to save MedicareHouse calls may be making a comeback as a way to cut costs and provide better quality care for the elderly and chronically ill. Weighing MACRA’s long-term effect on healthcare November 18, 2016By Jeff BendixLooking past 2017, Medicare physician payment reform will have a ripple effect on areas including health IT and the future of independent practice. Physicians frustrated, confused by final MACRA rule November 18, 2016By Todd ShryockWith 2017 fast approaching, physicians are taking a hard look at their practice operations to gauge the effects of Medicare payment reform. Here's why a Trump presidency is good for physicians and patients November 16, 2016By Anish KokaThe election of Donald Trump may mean an era of empowering physicians and is reason for optimism. Bill could allow health saving account use for DPC November 16, 2016By Wendy WolfsonIfa bill introduced in Congress passes into law, paying directly for primary care will be a lot easier to do. Is outsourcing the key to solving physician burnout? November 14, 2016By Richard BestRunning a physician practice is a lot different—and substantially more challenging—than it used to be. Should Trump repeal all of Obamacare?With the new president pledging to throw out the Affordable Care Act, he must be careful not to end up with a plan equally as unpopular. Physicians dissatisfied with patient satisfaction surveys November 10, 2016By James F. SweeneyPatient feedback is important, but becomes problematic when linked to pay, doctors say. How will the Trump administration change healthcare? November 09, 2016By Todd ShryockDonald Trump’s surprising win in the presidential election has put a renewed focus on what will happen to healthcare under the new administration.