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A national primary-care physician association and an employer group have teamed up to develop a care model that aims to shift away from fee-for-service reimbursement. Read Article…
Medical Economics spoke with Christopher Crow, MD, founder and CEO of Catalyst Health Network, to discuss the state of primary care reimbursement and what needs to change. Read Article…
Dr. Chris Crow may single handily save the American healthcare system. Ok. So maybe that’s an overstatement. However, I firmly believe many of the ideas Dr. Crow espouses contain the answers for getting America to a more sustainable healthcare future. Listen to Podcast…
June 17, 2020At first, people delayed medical care for fear of catching COVID. But as the pandemic caused staggering unemployment, medical care has become unaffordable for many.
May 11, 2020Catalyst Health Network will add 100 primary care practices in the greater Austin and Hill Country regions.
May 11, 2020The value-based care group will now total more than 850 physicians in Texas.
May 8, 2020More than 38,000 family physician practices will see closures or layoffs by the end of May, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians estimates.
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.