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.
In this candid Q&A, Charlotte Grayson, MD, reflects on work-life balance, burnout triggers, equitable care, and the joys of sharing books with patients.
In October 2021, several leading pediatrics organizations declared the rate of mental health conditions in children and adolescents a national emergency. Studies show that collaborative care models in the pediatric setting may provide better care and improve outcomes.
AI’s potential for healthcare is not limited to clinical support. The technology may also help enhance revenue cycle management, improve social determinants of health, and combat racial disparities.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will decrease premiums and add more services to Medicare Advantage plans in 2021. Independent physicians and their traditional Medicare patients may benefit greatly from these changes should they decide to accept Medicare Advantage patients. What should physicians know before making the switch?
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?
From access to reliable transportation to pain management, the social determinants of health play a critical role in a woman’s access to high-quality care. Here are the top ways OB-GYNs can address the determinants in their communities.
Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris examines how healthcare consumerism, interoperability, and value-based care defined the healthcare landscape in 2019.
What’s in the new, what is the flu outlook for this year? What emerging health tech might you be able to use? Find out in The Rundown!