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Urgent care is taking over Primary Care – how will you respond?

By Dr. Mansoor Khan

The business of health care is changing; faster than most of us would like. The Urgent Care sector is projected to grow to over $26 Billion per year by 2023. 204 more words

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Urgent care is taking over Primary Care – how will you respond?

By Dr. Mansoor Khan

The business of health care is changing; faster than most of us would like. The Urgent Care sector is projected to grow to over $26 Billion per year by 2023. 204 more words

Healthcare

Three Models for Population Health Technology

By Greg Chittim, Vice President

As I reflect on the 2018 HIMSS conference and my many years of attending this event, I can vividly remember a conversation I had with a long-time industry veteran and analyst. 1,283 more words

AAFP Urges Improvements to Fledgling Patient Data Initiative

The AAFP made detailed suggestions to improve CMS’ recently announced initiative to improve patients’ access to and control of their electronic health data.

March 22, 2018 04:11 pm News Staff – The AAFP is working to propel a new CMS initiative meant to give patients better access to — and control of — their health care data into action that improves patient care and reduces physicians’ administrative burden. 1,189 more words

Health-IT

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With the recent trends towards value-based care, doctors, nurses, and other providers are challenged with delivering positive health outcomes every day. 172 more words

Brain Food

Reflections from HIMSS18

Every year the HIMSS Annual Conference generates a tremendous amount of opportunity, promise, hype and more. While many pronouncements are usually made at the conference, the question always arises what will stick following the conference. 1,340 more words

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More than 1,000 hospitals have closed in 35 years. Ezekiel Emanuel says that's a good thing.

More than 1,000 hospitals have closed in 35 years. Ezekiel Emanuel says that’s a good thing.

In the past 35 years, hospitalizations have declined by more than 10% as more patients migrate to urgent-care centers, physicians’ offices, and at-home care—and the disappearance of hospitals is “inevitable and good,” Ezekiel Emanuel writes in a provocative op-ed for the  449 more words

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