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By Divya Srinivasan Sridhar

This books stories direct pay enterprise versions, clarifies what it truly is, how practices view and feature been in a position to create enterprise types utilizing diverse expense constructions together with: cost for care; rate for added provider or rate for non-covered providers, and expense for provider hybrid versions. the writer comprises interviews with physicians and case stories, a point of view on why and the way the topic originated, how and why turned very important in a tough wellbeing and fitness reform surroundings and indicates tendencies for the longer term. The e-book examines the chances of direct pay for making improvements to the perform of medication via better potency and effectiveness.

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Some network models include franchises that offer their business models to other practices on a franchise fee basis, including MedLion and MDVIP. Other network models include hospital-­affiliated practices. In this study I use the words independent and stand-­alone interchangeably to suggest that the practice I am describing is not linked, affiliated, or formally using a concierge business model that is provided by a franchise or alliance. The stand-­alone practices may offer services similar to those of the franchise, but they are not linked specifically to the franchise by reputation, brand name, or affiliation.

More recent studies suggest an exponential growth in the EMR adoption rate across office-­ based practices in the United States, which is now close to a rate of 78% (CDC, 2013), of which “69% of office-­based physicians reported that they intended to participate in MU,” as suggested by a recent January 2014 data brief by the CDC. Yet, the brief notes disparities across regions: whereas the percentage of physicians with basic systems was only 21% in New Jersey, it was nearly 83% in North Dakota.

Other studies that have applied the diffusion of innovations theory include Miller et al. (2005), who discuss the 46 ◾ Direct Pay: A Simpler Way to Practice Medicine adoption of the EHR across 14 small practices and the specific needs, costs, and capital requirements of the providers, and Samantaray et al. (2011), who discuss some of the procedures that need to be taken to incentivize more inner city and medically underserved primary care centers to adopt EHRs. These and other studies suggest the difference in rates as many specific characteristics are analyzed across small practice physicians.

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