Older adults in the United States are sicker and more likely to skip treatment than senior patients in 10 other developed countries, according to an international survey by the Commonwealth Fund.
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This year, Washington, D.C., was once again the epicenter of the debate about the future of healthcare in America.
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Physicians have a big challenge when it comes to managing online reviews: HIPAA. Although patients may say whatever they like, doctors are bound by HIPAA not to release certain information, and the lines can be blurry.
Although these numbers are common and, most likely, first-hand knowledge among providers, they continue to frustrate medical practices year after year.
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There's no one-size-fit all solution, but there are common strategies practices can take to adapt to value-based programs.
"It's an occupational hazard now. I've been diagnosed with 'Prior Authorization Elbow.'"