Category Archives: COLLECTIVE RESEARCH

ACEP: “You Want Shorter ER Stays? Bring In the Nurses.”

Annals of Emergency Medicine is the peer-reviewed scientific journal for the American College of Emergency Physicians, the national medical society representing emergency medicine. ACEP is committed to advancing emergency care through continuing education, research, and public education. Headquartered in Dallas,

ACEP: “You Want Shorter ER Stays? Bring In the Nurses.”

Annals of Emergency Medicine is the peer-reviewed scientific journal for the American College of Emergency Physicians, the national medical society representing emergency medicine. ACEP is committed to advancing emergency care through continuing education, research, and public education. Headquartered in Dallas,

Business INSIGHT: Anatomy of a Concierge Doctor (INFOGRAPHIC)

APRIL 2016 | Concierge Medicine | Qualities of a Concierge Doctor | Industry Insight Through our work around the country and the community of Concierge Medicine Doctors we have created a unique INFOGRAPHIC about the business qualities, inside-the-practice trends and

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Business INSIGHT: Anatomy of a Concierge Doctor (INFOGRAPHIC)

APRIL 2016 | Concierge Medicine | Qualities of a Concierge Doctor | Industry Insight Through our work around the country and the community of Concierge Medicine Doctors we have created a unique INFOGRAPHIC about the business qualities, inside-the-practice trends and

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N. CAROLINA: Direct Primary Care Contributes to Union County’s Cost Savings

Health improvement and patient engagement driving cost reductions By NC Academy of Family Physicians Union County, North Carolina is on track to save $1 million in health care claims under its first year contract with Paladina Health, a direct primary

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N. CAROLINA: Direct Primary Care Contributes to Union County’s Cost Savings

Health improvement and patient engagement driving cost reductions By NC Academy of Family Physicians Union County, North Carolina is on track to save $1 million in health care claims under its first year contract with Paladina Health, a direct primary

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According to some new research, there is one type of person rich people tend to avoid…

Charis Rebecca Brown Tuesday, April 12 th 2016 Thomas C. Corley spent five years researching rich people’s habits (those who made $160,000 in annual gross income and had $3.2 million in net liquid assets), and discovered some fascinating insights. As reported by Business Insider, Mr. Corley

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According to some new research, there is one type of person rich people tend to avoid…

Charis Rebecca Brown Tuesday, April 12 th 2016 Thomas C. Corley spent five years researching rich people’s habits (those who made $160,000 in annual gross income and had $3.2 million in net liquid assets), and discovered some fascinating insights. As reported by Business Insider, Mr. Corley

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MEDSCAPE, 2016, REPORT: “Cash practices saw a slight increase this year (6% vs 5% last year)”

Medscape Physician Compensation Report 2016; Carol Peckham APRIL 1, 2016 – Despite considerable attention, cash-only and concierge practices are still not significant payment models.[9] In fact, as found in Medscape’s Physician Compensation Reports, concierge practice has stayed at around 3%

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MEDSCAPE, 2016, REPORT: “Cash practices saw a slight increase this year (6% vs 5% last year)”

Medscape Physician Compensation Report 2016; Carol Peckham APRIL 1, 2016 – Despite considerable attention, cash-only and concierge practices are still not significant payment models.[9] In fact, as found in Medscape’s Physician Compensation Reports, concierge practice has stayed at around 3%

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MEDSCAPE, 2016, REPORT: Medscape’s Physician Compensation Reports, concierge care has stayed at around 3% for the past 3 years.

Medscape Physician Compensation Report 2016; Carol Peckham APRIL 1, 2016 – Despite considerable attention, cash-only and concierge practices are still not significant payment models.[9] In fact, as found in Medscape’s Physician Compensation Reports, concierge practice has stayed at around 3%

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MEDSCAPE, 2016, REPORT: Medscape’s Physician Compensation Reports, concierge care has stayed at around 3% for the past 3 years.

Medscape Physician Compensation Report 2016; Carol Peckham APRIL 1, 2016 – Despite considerable attention, cash-only and concierge practices are still not significant payment models.[9] In fact, as found in Medscape’s Physician Compensation Reports, concierge practice has stayed at around 3%

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RESEARCH + INFOGRAPHIC: “What do consumers want from health care?”

Top findings from our three consumer choice surveys By The Advisory Board | June 22, 2015 You know you need to exceed consumers’ expectations—both to attract patients and to keep them loyal. But what exactly do consumers want? And what

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RESEARCH + INFOGRAPHIC: “What do consumers want from health care?”

Top findings from our three consumer choice surveys By The Advisory Board | June 22, 2015 You know you need to exceed consumers’ expectations—both to attract patients and to keep them loyal. But what exactly do consumers want? And what

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