More primary care providers in Arizona are now able to virtually triage sick patients and provide ongoing care through telehealth solutions. Equality Health’s Dr. Mark Stephan recently talked to the Phoenix Business Journal about how it is changing the industry.
Value-based healthcare is beginning to gain traction in Arizona. Equality Health’s own Lisa Stevens Anderson, President of our Management Services Division, has taken on a leading role in supporting the transition across the state towards this model of care.
Physician burnout is a problem that has many causes—excessive documentation and technology headaches chief among them—but a recent Medical Economics physician survey included a less-scrutinized source: Patient needs that sometimes overwhelm their doctors.
Practices Industry Voices—I practiced family medicine for almost 2 decades. Here’s why I support value-based primary care
Payment reform has been a long time coming and will help physicians finally get off the hamster wheel of fee-for-service. With a new model that pays primary care providers to shift to value-based care, they can keep track of and provide the best possible care for every patient in their practice.