Healthcare Reform

Healthcare Reform

When so-called “quality measures” don’t include small medical practices, patients lose out on finding great physicians.

A new Missouri law creates a licensed healthcare provider called an “assistant physician.” What this means for physicians and the healthcare system.

Federal standard would require women be informed if they have dense breast tissue as indicated on mammogram.

A long road to recovery leaves one physician concerned about healthcare costs, and wondering whether a return to work full time is realistic.

If radiology groups aren’t using compliant CT scanners, they can expect to pay up.

Achieving improved cost, access, and quality of healthcare is an elusive goal for good reason. Like a balloon animal, squeezing one part always affects another.

You told us how healthcare reform is affecting your patients, your practices, and your career satisfaction. Now share how it is affecting your staff.


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