Health care providers now practice in a rapidly changing landscape. To remain successful and profitable as a business and practitioner in America as the ground shifts beneath our feet, we are forced to navigate through uncharted waters manning the helm as best we can and attempting to “stay steady as she goes.”
Payer reforms have changed and continue to change how health care is delivered and reimbursed—rewarding organizations that can deliver better patient-level results while often treating a greater volume. Much of this has been driven by the climbing cost of health care and has prompted a new model of delivering care with a focus on timely results. Health care providers are now held accountable for practice outcomes and will be reimbursed according to efficiency and skills in producing those outcomes.
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