Unlike "true" concierge practices that charge up to $2,000,One Medical in San Francisco and GreenField Health in Portland, Ore., charge anywhere between $200 to $800.
A report from Physicians Foundation paints a bleak picture for the future of physician practices, citing "dire challenges" to practices posed by falling visits, rising operating expenses, retiring baby boomers and plummeting morale.
Employers seek job candidates with five or more years of experience with a given technology, when the technology has been out for only four years. Consider applicants who have skills aside from narrow technical skills.
The World Bank has invested approximately $1.5 billion across 55 eHealth projects, and is now working with The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society to advance health IT globally.
Health informatics is a hot field with rising skill levels in demand, a new study confirms. The good news is that professionals can gain the necessary credentials mid-career.
Health technology isn't just about giving clinicians fancy toys. As some health systems are beginning to learn, getting patients involved with gadgets of their own can do wonders to get patients communicating with their doctors and engaged in their health.
Earlier this week, I spent a total of six hours driving to, attending and driving home from a 20-minute annual checkup, and I don't regret a second of it. As I mentioned...
For accountable care organizations (ACO) to succeed in their goal of providing improved care at reduced cost, participants are being asked to use data to more effectively manage populations of
Despite the years-long debate over the pros and cons of physician-patient email , there's been little insight available to doctors about what kinds of messages to expect from patients or vice versa.
I first started writing about physician practices shortly after we'd all survived Y2K, and electronic health records (EHR) were predicted to be the next big thing to revolutionize healthcare. Early