team-based care

Business principles in dermatology practice“Business literacy is an emerging competency that’s necessary for physicians,” says one dermatologist.
Collaborative Diabetes Model Saves Health CostsHow a diabetes clinic that includes a collaboration between an endocrinologist and a pharmacist can produce thousands of dollars in health-care savings.
Is the success of physician-led ACOs sustainable?Team-based care led by doctors are outperforming the competition, but for how long?
Provider statusWith provider status now a reality in 38 states, HR 592 and S 314 have powerful Congressional support. How long before the payers come on board?
New patient-care opportunities begin with a "blueprint"Pharmacists who want to move forward in their professional practice need structure and guidelines. These might fill the bill.
Time to step up
Time to step upPharmacists can make big contributions to the healthcare team — and healthcare systems are leaning on their expertise more and more.
First take: Supporting PCMH in the value-based futureThe challenge for many practices is to provide PCMH without adequate funding as we wait for value-based programs to become more prevalent.
Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2016
Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2016Read about the ten challenges Medical Economics believes will be important to physicians in the upcoming year.
The benefit of integrating pharmacists into patient care teamsClinical pharmacists integrated into patient care teams have the potential to improve medication measures as well as support cost-effective medication use.
Team-based approach incorporates non-physician cliniciansWhile non-physician clinicians cannot replace dermatologists, the role they play in dermatology practices is growing. However, there are key factors to consider, one expert says, including team structure, supervision and training.