Self-funded insurance is one way for employers to decrease healthcare spending while promoting employee well-being. How can high-performance networks and technology engage patients while further lowering costs?
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is updating its rules to encourage states, payers, and Medicare programs to enter value-based payment arrangements (VPA) with drug manufacturers to help reduce drug costs. What does this mean for Medicare providers and beneficiaries?
Shawn Morris, CEO of Privia Health, discusses how doctors are racing to adapt to new technologies in order to care for patients remotely. READ MORE
As tech companies develop digital tools to slow the spread of COVID-19, a recent report raises concerns about whether these apps protect patient data. What are the main concerns? How are industry and federal lawmakers working to protect users?
COVID-19 revealed the depth of racial inequality in our healthcare system. With this in mind, healthcare leaders are taking steps to make care more accessible in the future.
How might Medicare Advantage’s emphasis on flexibility, locality, and data utilization act as a model for the future of value-based care?
HealthLeaders Revenue Cycle Editor Alexandra Pecci speaks with Privia Health’s Jeannette Wood, vice president of revenue cycle management, and Amy Waller, vice president of HIM and coding integrity, about how their revenue cycle developed an online workbook that can be updated and shared in real time to manage coding and billing changes effectively across their …
Strict safety measures and resourcefulness helped keep a large Virginia group practice open during the COVID-19 pandemic, now the key is to make sure patients know about these efforts. An ability to improvise also helped as the organization found itself in situations it had never experienced before, said Thomas Eppes, MD, president of Central Virginia …
How does environmental health intersect with the social determinants of health? Discover how these issues overlap and learn how small practices can take steps to become more eco-friendly!
The early effect that the COVID-19 crisis has had on primary care has already been well reported, and the data paints a discouraging picture. For example, a survey released in mid-April by the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) found that on average, practices were at the time reporting a 55 percent decrease in revenue and …