The “Gen Z Effect” has hit healthcare and studies show that these engaged patients want to be asked about their social, physical, and economic environments.
A recent survey found that the majority of American adults have experienced mental health concerns. However, the data also noted increased comfortability with discussing mental health, seeking care, and using teletherapy. What do these findings mean for the future of telehealth and employers?
While we think every day should be National Doctors’ Day, we felt it was critical to recognize doctors and their commitment to caring for others. Here are the top reasons we at Privia Health are saying thank you to all doctors across the U.S.!
Women’s History Month celebrates the achievements and contributions of women across cultures. Studies show the pivotal role that female physicians and providers play in their patients’ care. We’re grateful for the opportunity to support female physicians and the excellent care they provide!
Despite value-based care’s ongoing evolution and progress, data shows that the bulk of physician compensation still comes from fee-for-service arrangements. However, mutually beneficial, capital-efficient partnerships may help counter this trend and advance the “volume-to-value” transition.
Despite the circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the overall suicide rate in the U.S. decreased in 2020 compared to 2019. While these results are optimistic, physicians should continue to screen patients for depression and suicidal ideation.
A new study published in Health Affairs found evidence of racial bias in electronic health record (EHR) notes at an urban academic medical center. Researchers believe clinician training and changes to the care delivery model can help address the problem.
Doximity’s annual report on physician compensation concluded that, on average, physician compensation increased in 2021. However, the growth was not even between genders or care settings. Learn how the pandemic has affected career plans and the potential impact on the physician shortage.
Recent research shows that the majority of healthcare leaders believe remote patient monitoring (RPM) will create a “new standard of care” over the next two years. However, less than half of surveyed physicians currently use the technology. What strategies can help spur the adoption and utilization of this promising technology?
Several studies have linked physician burnout with excessive electronic health record (EHR) use. A new study shows that, counterintuitively, a physician’s EHR proficiency may also lead to turnover. Why is this, and what can office managers do to help prevent it?