The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in Health Care | By Kim Bellard, February 22, 2017

I hate being a patient. My exposure to the health care system has mostly been through my professional life or through the experiences of friends and family. The last few days, though, I unexpectedly had an up-close-and-personal experience as......Click to continue


HIT Consultant: Healthcare Trends of 2017, 7 Takeaways

  1. MACRA
  2. Future of ACA
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