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Meeting Healthcare Enterprise demand by Hybridizing Blockchain and MongoDB
April 20, 2021
Healthcare has historically dawdled other industries in its advance to data. Yet still, there is the growing realization that it is even more necessary to accumulate, interpret, and apply data in a meaningful means to promote the representation of high-quality patient care while supporting safety, billing, and reporting calls.
Here are the major issues facing healthcare in 2021, according to PwC
December 16, 2020
Will a health system battered by the pandemic emerge stronger in the year ahead? The annual report predicts challenges such as profitably merging virtual and in-person care, and capitalizing on new consumer- and clinician-facing digital health tools.
Concierge Medicine, the Epitome of Demand for Personalized Healthcare
January 27, 2025
Concierge medicine and its philosophy are about the desire to go back to how it used to be when a doctor was more like family. It offers care based on a personal relationship, addressing every patient’s unique demands, coupled with the best of contemporary medical knowledge and technology.
The Surge of Telehealth Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic
There is now overwhelming pressure on physicians to consider alternate shared service delivery models that telemedicine solutions can offer. Using telemedicine platforms, physicians need to contemplate beyond the casual influence of recent telemedicine developments.
Medical Tourism and the Demand for Personalized Healthcare
March 21, 2021
Every person has the right to choose the kind of medical care they see fit within the scope of their encounter with their physician. Personalized medicine is the solution to solve the growing conflict between healthcare delivery, the practice of medicine, and patient expectations.
New MGMA Report Identifies Biggest Lessons and Priorities for Medical Practices in 2021
January 18, 2021
COVID-19 pandemic has been a massive disruptor for medical practices, which represent 40% of the overall U.S. healthcare system; staff shortages, mental health, and efficient practice operations at forefront of 2021 planning
COVID-19 has made it worse for already struggling private practices
January 8, 2021
Not only do independent physician practices preserve the health and welfare of their patients, but they are also strong economic drivers tightly woven into their communities. However, modern private physician practices continue to face challenges that are often driven by nonmedical issues such as increasing administrative burdens. While these pressures have been mounting for some time, the arrival of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, exacerbated the struggles faced by private practices, says a recent article.
Less Than Half of Physicians Work in a Private Practice, AMA Finds
May 06, 2021
Just 49% of physicians worked in private practice in 2020, down from 54% of physicians in 2018, according to a new AMA analysis.