Tag Archives: Primary Care

Does the Usage of Telemedicine Visits Increase Follow-up Visits?

During the COVID pandemic, in-person visits were not recommended so telemedicine rapidly evolved into an ideal way of delivering care safely and expanding access while reducing exposure to pathogens to both patients and staff. And tremendous enthusiasm exists for the continuation of such a model. There is no doubt that there is a significant enhancement to access with… Read More »

How Alternative Payment Models in Healthcare Can Impact Cost

As we continue to focus on value-based payment models, there is a strong belief that moving away from fee-for-service payments towards a per-patient rate for primary care providers will decrease overall costs. The counter concern is that this may also lead to reduced care because of the financial incentive to avoid services. Primary care providers (PCPs) have the… Read More »