REPORT | Nationwide PatientPop Survey Reveals How Patients Evaluate Healthcare Providers Online

Nationwide PatientPop Survey Reveals How Patients Evaluate Healthcare Providers Online Seven of 10 people say a positive online reputation is very or extremely important when choosing a provider. April 4, 2019 SANTA MONICA, Calif. — PatientPop, the leader in practice growth technology, today released The patient perspective 2019: Online reputation survey report. Results from the nationwide survey shed new light on how patients assess, choose, … Continue reading REPORT | Nationwide PatientPop Survey Reveals How Patients Evaluate Healthcare Providers Online

Translating claims data into a consumer-friendly format — WA Makes Healthcare Price Transparency Consumer-Friendly

WA Makes Healthcare Price Transparency Consumer-Friendly Getting claims data for the entire population and tying that information to care quality performance is vital to advancing healthcare price transparency. By Jacqueline LaPointe Armed with an extensive amount of claims data, Mounts and her team set out to make the pricing information available to consumers. They decided to go to healthcare data analytics experts to facilitate that … Continue reading Translating claims data into a consumer-friendly format — WA Makes Healthcare Price Transparency Consumer-Friendly

Part 11: Scalability in DPC | Stats, “DPC Fees Creeping Into Concierge Medicine Territory”

“So where does the line exist between charging too much vs. not charging enough? Shouldn’t the line be drawn between how many practices stay open to deliver this this type of care and those that don’t? If we “zoom out” from this discussion and think about the long-term value of these models, the conversation needs to be broadened. Both models will benefit from continuous transparency, … Continue reading Part 11: Scalability in DPC | Stats, “DPC Fees Creeping Into Concierge Medicine Territory”

Millennials Are Ditching the ‘Family Doctor’ Model. Here’s WHY.

By Sandra G. Boodman October 9, 2018 | Kaiser Health News Millennial preferences for convenience, fast service, connectivity and price transparency are upending the model of office-based primary care. Calvin Brown doesn’t have a primary care doctor — and the peripatetic 23-year-old doesn’t want one. Since his graduation last year from the University of San Diego, Brown has held a series of jobs that have … Continue reading Millennials Are Ditching the ‘Family Doctor’ Model. Here’s WHY.