In 2015, 32% of primary care physicians
were in practices of two to five doctors, up from 27% in 2010.
Major Finding: Patients comanaged by a primary care physician
and a pulmonologist were 4.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Data show that collaboration between primary care physicians
and psychiatrists improves primary care of patients with depression--but what does that collaboration look like?
It won't be easy, and he expects that primary care physicians
will come "kicking and screaming" into pain management.
The physicians were surveyed again and, out of 70 primary care physicians
on the medical staff, 20 said they would definitely use the hospitalist program.
It will provide Secure Horizons' members with access to Primary Care's 150 primary care physicians
, who are based in more than 60 communities throughout metropolitan Boston, the southwest suburbs, and the South Shore.
Primary care physicians
perceive hospitalists as undermining their own value and power.
Shifting care back to primary care physicians
would make more efficient use of specialist care resources.
Geo-access mapping can answer simple questions such as: What percentage of a company's employees would have access to two or more primary care physicians
within five miles of their homes?
Nasdaq: FPAM), a national health care management service organization, with corporate headquarters in San Diego, announced today that the Company recently signed an exclusive management agreement with Primary Care Physicians
of New Jersey, Inc.
Veraxa Health has formed a strategic relationship with Topcon, a world leading optics and electronics manufacturer, to deliver the required medical testing technology to primary care physicians
, endocrinologists and other medical professionals who utilize JVN.
That was the finding of a study of 6,450 patients with depression and their primary care physicians
that Elaine Yuen, Ph.