How employers, health care purchasers, and providers can improve value-based care delivery

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Audio-only doctor visits during pandemic intrinsic to quality care for seniors

Telehealth has literally been a lifesaver during the pandemic. Restrictions on the use of and payment for telemedicine visits have been relaxed to help patients access their doctors while at home. However, the regulatory changes left out an audio-only option, important especially for seniors. Read ARC’s blog by ARC Founding CEO Dr. Norman Chenven.

How predictive analytics work – and why they help

Predictive analytics is being used today to provide better care and it has groundbreaking potential to enhance healthcare delivery. Without the physician-patient bond, the data that drive predictive analytics cannot be accumulated and the benefits cannot be realized.

CFO Viewpoint: The Quandary of Cost Transparency

What’s the cost of the procedure? A common (and, frankly, reasonable) question from patients contemplating a surgery. “It depends” is the honest and accurate answer — yet frustrating to provider and patient.

Physician Viewpoint: We Can’t Ignore Patient Feedback

These days, customer reviews tend to be guideposts for potential customers. As physicians, we recognize this – and routinely take advantage of it in our personal lives.

Dr. Norman Chenven on Coordinated Care in the U.S.

In the current issue of Accountable Docs Blog, Dr. Chenven addresses the barriers to improving coordinated care for patients with multiple chronic conditions in the U.S.