WHITE PAPER: 2015 Independent Physician Outlook Survey, entitled “Threats to Independence.”

2015 Independent Physician Outlook Survey: Threats to Independence

It is this outlook that drives me to innovate, collaborate, and bring the best minds together to create actionable solutions that will enable autonomy, interoperability, and independence in the private practice.

The Direct Primary Care Journal

download-brochureDECEMBER 1, 2014 – The recently released 2015 Independent Physician Outlook Survey, entitled “Threats to Independence,” explores the state of independence in the medical field from the physician perspective. The survey covers an array of topics and was conducted and prepared by ProCare Systems, a medical practice management consultant company.

2014 Concierge Physician Salary ReportIn many business industries, the choice to be big versus small involves consideration of competing pros and cons. The healthcare industry is no exception. Physicians, as highly educated professionals, tend to be independent by nature and prefer to call their own shots. Yet the current regulatory and business environment for physicians makes independence more challenging than ever for many doctors.

For some time, the healthcare industry has seen a trend toward value- and outcomes-based healthcare delivery models with many new administrative challenges and continuing downward pressures on reimbursement, necessarily involving many changes for physicians. The…

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