With MACRA, providers find themselves staring at a fork in the road.
Using information from our 2015 Provider Compensation Survey, Becker’s Hospital Review created a stylish infographic that visually conveys seven trends in physician compensation.
MACRA represents for Medicare a dramatic step away from traditional fee-for-service reimbursement and toward value-based payments for physician services.
Physician compensation plans must be designed around the economic realities of physician practices.
The passing of MACRA represents CMS' dramatic shift toward value-based payment models.
Spectrum Health Cardiology has taken an innovative approach to compensation planning, and physicians approve.
Successful healthcare organizations will be those that are responsive, rather than forcibly reactive, to the changing environment.
Most physician compensation plans are based on external market data, which may have no relation to the financial position of a given organization. As a result, health systems are spending more on their employed physician practices than they can afford.
Healthcare reform and evolving reimbursement models are transforming the way care is and will be delivered and paid for. Here are some prominent trends we are observing.
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