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Healthcare Reform

Radiology continues to be cautious with new payment model, but might not be able to avoid it for long.

While the initial performance of Medicare ACOs hasn't achieved prescribed cost-savings goals, that doesn't mean they aren't successful, say two practices.

Market forces are driving new healthcare models, so it's critical to look at your practice's future. And collaboration may be the key to any kind of longevity.

2015 is a crucial year to prove cost and quality as a Medicare provider. Here's what you need to know to avoid financial penalties down the line.

The turn of the calendar to 2015 means year-long reporting of meaningful use under CMS' EHR Incentive Programs. Here's how to prepare.

The last quarter of 2014 is the last chance for eligible professionals to get meaningful use incentive payments. Here's how to ensure you attest properly.

Successful practices make it a priority to assess patient satisfaction regularly. Here's how to improve satisfaction scores and boost patient ratings.

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    The federal government is urging hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare stakeholders to collaborate for better patient care and smaller medical costs through accountable care organizations (ACOs). But with Washington, D.C., still undecided about what ACOs will look like, physicians nationwide are left wondering about their roles in this new initiative.

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