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How payers assign patients to you will affect how your practice is evaluated and paid for value in the future.
Health care reform and the spread of high-deductible plans mean confusion for patients – and uncertainty for your practice.
How helpful are all those letters you receive from health plans? Not very, says this family physician.
Physicians who have been instrumental in making Grand Junction, CO, one of the lowest cost health care marketplaces in the country offer the secrets of Grand Junction's success.
An insider explains what you can do to ensure that the services you provide are actually covered by your patients' insurance.
When facing the pain of a malpractice lawsuit, physicians need the compassion and support of their colleagues.
Insurers are experimenting with plans that drive patients to physicians deemed to be high-quality and low-cost.
If you're not feeling their pain, is it just because you're anesthetized?
In this survey of physicians' experiences, payers fall short.
Take our survey online or on paper by March 1 to grade your health plans on their payment rates, claims processing, contracts and more.