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Simple conversations help strike staffing balance

A gradual shift toward value-based health care is putting a greater premium on the extra staff members who may be needed to achieve it, and there are simple ways for practices to make the staffing choices that are right for their practice and the real world.
1 Apr 2019

The ever-expanding list of reasons for a doctor's note

Yul Ejnes, MD, MACP, continues his monthly column at in a post about the evolution of the requests for a doctor's note.
17 May 2016

Primary care doctors may be consolidating faster than subspecialists

The proportion of physicians in groups of 9 or fewer dropped from 40.1% in 2013 to 35.3% in 2015, while the proportion of those in groups of 100 or more increased from 29.6% to 35.1% during the same time period, the study found.
13 Sep 2016

With some planning and collaboration, small practices don't have to sell to a hospital

Yul Ejnes, MD, MACP, continues his monthly column at in a post about how it is possible for independent practices to survive, if not thrive, in the new health care environment.
15 Dec 2015

Understanding MIPS, how much patients cost 'the system'

As physicians convert to the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System, they will eventually be required to consider the cost of care they deliver to patients.
1 Apr 2017

Helping patients manage generic drug price increases

Generic drugs have recently become more expensive, from colchicine for gout to EpiPens for allergic reactions. Physicians are having trouble managing patients when their medicines suddenly rise in price.
1 Sep 2019

Navigating the improvement activity component of MIPS

The Quality Payment Program created by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) is not as intimidating as it sounds—at least for 2017, which is a transition year that will determine what internists are paid in 2019.
1 Feb 2017

Quality reporting offers ‘pick your pace’ participation

A “pick your pace” option for quality reporting under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 will give internists a chance to ease into the new payment system by choosing their levels of participation.
1 Mar 2017

How previsit planning saves time and helps the bottom line

Yul Ejnes, MD, MACP, outlines his previsit planning playbook.
1 Sep 2015

ACP receives 4-year federal award to increase adult immunization rates nationwide

The award enables ACP to expand its 7-state evidence-based program to increase adult vaccination rates, which was funded by the CDC for 2013-2015.
22 Sep 2015

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