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The Rundown | Week of 8.7.2017

Are you a busy provider looking for healthcare news? Check out The Rundown. Healthcare is a rapidly evolving industry and it’s difficult to keep up with the news, but the success of your practice can depend on how knowledgeable you are about changes in the healthcare landscape. Privia has compiled a list of stories to … Continue reading

The Opioid Epidemic: How Physicians Can Take Action

“Our nation is in crisis.” This strong statement opens an interim report released last week from the Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis. The commission, led by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, was created in March 2017 to work on ways to combat America’s ongoing fight against the opioid epidemic, a top … Continue reading

The Rundown | Week of 7.31.2017

Are you a busy provider looking for healthcare news? Check out The Rundown. Healthcare is a rapidly evolving industry and it’s difficult to keep up with the news, but the success of your practice can depend on how knowledgeable you are about changes in the healthcare landscape. Privia has compiled a list of stories to … Continue reading

The Rundown | Week of 7.24.2017

Are you a busy provider needing a quick summary of healthcare news that affects you? Check out The Rundown. Healthcare is a rapidly evolving industry and it’s difficult to keep up with the news, but the success of your practice can depend on how knowledgeable you are about the changes in the healthcare landscape. Privia … Continue reading

The Rundown: What we’re reading for the week of July 17th

Are you a busy provider looking for healthcare news? Check out The Rundown. Healthcare is a rapidly evolving industry and it’s difficult to keep up with the news, but the success of your practice can depend on how knowledgeable you are about the changes in the healthcare landscape. Privia has compiled a list of articles … Continue reading

Why physician-led organizations work

I’ve had many opportunities to address physicians across the spectrum of healthcare settings, from those who run private practices, to those who work in large and small groups, to those who are hospital affiliated and employed. I often ask them the question “who controls the practice of medicine?” The answers I receive vary: government, insurance … Continue reading

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