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Dr. Christopher Crow is out to prove that primary-care practices can thrive under value-based payment.
Many want to ditch fee-for-service and earn a monthly payment for keeping people healthy.
The coronavirus pandemic, which has fueled widespread speculation about potential long-term changes to American life, is already causing one important shift: It has accelerated moves to restructure how basic medical care is provided and paid for in the U.S.
As the number of cases of coronavirus grows and hospitals across North Texas and nationwide brace for the worst, primary care physicians and some specialist practices are seeing steep drop-offs in visits, threatening their viability and exacerbating the public health crisis.
Making sure primary care physicians stay in business can free up hospitals to treat the most serious cases.
The Tarrant County testing site will help identify those who may not have shown symptoms.
As hospitals in California and across the country struggle with a surge of coronavirus infection patients, a second crisis is brewing in physicians’ offices, threatening to push the nation’s healthcare system further to the brink.
Mask donations are a godsend, but physicians are worried they won’t be properly paid for virtual visits.
As thousands of new patients connect with doctors via smartphones and computers, local health providers beef up their resources to handle the rush.
As millions of Texans isolate themselves in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19, state officials are working to ramp up the use of telemedicine. But many health plans are outside of their regulatory authority.