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Rideshare partnerships help patients get to doc on time

Rideshare partnerships help patients get to doc on time

By Maria Castellucci  |  April 20, 2017

Rideshare companies have been called on to help non-emergency medical transportation providers tackle one of the most complex problems in healthcare: ensuring patients show up to their scheduled doctors appointments.

In Medicare, states are far from equal

By Elizabeth Whitman  |  April 15, 2017

It is widely recognized that the quality and cost of healthcare varies widely across the U.S., but the reasons why are less clear.

Offering same-day doctor visits

Offering same-day doctor visits

By Maria Castellucci  |  April 01, 2017

When leaders at Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network last spring started looking for ways to get more patients access to care, wait times immediately stuck out as an area in need of fixing.

NQF coalition calls for removing ineffective quality measures

By Elizabeth Whitman  |  March 16, 2017

As healthcare shifts into value-based purchasing, including in federal programs such as Medicare, the industry is still searching for the right balance of measures to gauge the quality and effectiveness of care.

Doctors, payers may dislike changes to primary-care model

Doctors, payers may dislike changes to primary-care model

By Virgil Dickson  |  February 21, 2017

A tweak in the way some providers are reimbursed under a new primary-care payment model could deter providers from joining the Medicare initiative known as Comprehensive Primary Care Plus.

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