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Beth Thomas Hertz
Learning to make quality pay
Physicians want to provide high-quality care to their patients, and most want to get away from the pressures of compensation being determined by volume. But shifting to pay based on quality metrics can be scary.
MOC: Debate intensifies as Medicare penalties loom
Maintenance of Certification requirements have sparked intense debate among primary care providers, but that won't stop Medicare penalties from going into effect in 2015 for non-compliers.
A look at physician-led ACOs: What's driving them, and where they're headed
Hospital systems primarily led the initial movement to form ACOs, but physician groups now have surpassed them as the most common sponsoring entity among all ACOs.
Trachoma changes path of young girl’s life
Now an ophthalmologist, she travels the world helping restore sight to the needy
Trachoma changes path of young girl’s life
Now an ophthalmologist, she travels the world helping restore sight to the needy
A circulation education for the primary care physician
A circulation education for the primary care physician
Managing circulatory diseases are no longer only under the exclusive jurisdiction of specialists. Here's what you need to know to help your patients.
San Francisco captures eyes of ASCRS, ASOA attendees
Moscone Center at the heart of annual meeting’s ophthalmic sessions, exhibition hall
ACOs redefine relationships with specialists
ACOs are changing the face of healthcare. Learn how they will change the ties between primary care and specialists.
How the ACA is reshaping healthcare
Several key provisions of the controversial law are set to go in effect over the course of 2013. See how they'll shape the practice of medicine.
Telemedicine: Patient demand, cost containment drive growth
Once rare, telemedicine has now entered the mainstream. See how you can incorporate it into your practice for less than you might have imagined.

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