Expanding physician capacity through connected teams and technologies
Hundreds of primary care physicians (PCPs) comprise our network of independent providers—the largest of its kind in the Southwest. And I bet 100% of them believe that, as a profession, PCPs lack access to the data, technologies and teams needed to maximize their impact on patient health. As a result, too many PCPs overextend themselves to the point of burnout, trying to compensate for traditional delivery models that leave them vastly under-resourced.
Balancing Budget and Need for Updates: The Struggles of Keeping Physician Practices Alive
The world of healthcare embracing the digital world has been a very well celebrated move. This move has helped so many people in so many ways. It allowed people to stay at home and be safe during the pandemic. It allows people in rural areas to connect to specialists far…
Addressing needs in rural primary care now: How and why government entities can do more
With new eyes turned toward primary care – within the health care and technology segments, as well as the investment community at-large – the industry has received a dose of desperately overdue attention and support.