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The change you're pursuing is more likely to succeed if you can answer "yes" to each of these questions.
This practice cured its insurance headaches by switching to a cash-only payment model and charging annual retainer fees.
Health system serving uninsured and needy patients improves efficiency and outcomes through medical home initiatives.
In the face of industry consolidation and employment, small practices are joining forces to control their own destinies and remain competitive.
This medical practice uses technology and automaker-inspired productivity steps to modernize and rapidly grow its business.
Focusing on their strengths and borrowing concepts from family therapy helped bring this family medicine group together in pursuit of a common goal.
The medical home and the accountable care organization need each other.
Pilot projects are producing encouraging results as well as new challenges.
Start training by rebuilding a piece of your practice; eventually you'll be able to rebuild the whole.
Can you walk there, or do you need to fly?