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5 Things You Should Know About Full-Risk Value Based Care
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5 Things You Should Know About Full-Risk Value Based Care

08.03.21

Many people are familiar with value based care, but the distinctions between various models and programs can make it difficult to truly understand

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Fight the Healthcare System and Win w/ Marshall Allen

07.29.21 ChenMed

The number one cause of bankruptcy in the United States is Medical Debt. One in five Americans is in some stage of debt collection because of it.

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Improving The Physician Experience Through Technology

07.28.21

The pandemic-induced shift to telehealth and increased adoption of other health-related technologies has shined a light on how tech tools are chang

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Primary Care - Making a Difference in Prevention w/ Dr. Paul Grundy

07.22.21 ChenMed

In true Godfather fashion, the night kicked off with some drama: technical difficulties. But with the help of Chenmed's Dr.

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Meet the Doctor: Hermena Cerphy, MD

07.20.21

Like many physicians, Hermena Cerphy, MD, grew up wanting to be a doctor, but, ironically, hated going to the doctor’s office as a child.

Physician Culture
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Overcoming Value Based Care Adoption w/ Dr. Matt Lambert

07.15.21 ChenMed

We must transition away from our hospital-based fee-for-service healthcare delivery system and more towards a capitated outpatient and in-home prim

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We Can Save The Dying Free Market in Healthcare

07.14.21

Freedom.

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Addressing medical misinformation
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Addressing medical misinformation among older patients

07.13.21

Medical misinformation has long been a concern for physicians – particularly those who care for older patients.

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