Matt Goodman - DHealthcare Daily
In recent months, independent physicians practicing in Texas have seen an influx in attainable services that have primarily been available only to their hospital system-affiliated counterparts.
It’s now possible to partake in an accountable care organization and to get help with data analytics. So, too, is group purchasing among practices in rural communities and administrative support. One of the largest medical associations in the country and some of the state’s largest insurers are trying to help these independent physicians feel less like they’ve been cast away on an island, clutching their autonomy tightly as the world around them changes...