With the latest election, the future of healthcare, and specifically primary care, in the United States has become increasingly more uncertain.
Things like, changing from a fee-for-service to value-based care, new regulatory requirements, and moving more from independent practices to larger healthcare systems have left primary care physicians (PCPs) unsure of what’s to come and how they will be affected.
Additionally, today's PCPs are being tasked with more responsibilities than ever, like coordinating care for an aging population, improving the overall wellness of the population, and controlling costs and eliminating waste and fraud.
This has left many asking, "Will primary care survive?"
Read more about what's to come for primary care by visiting Modern Medicine Network.