The panel included Neal D. Shah, a shareholder in the health care practice alignment and organizations at the Polsinelli law firm in Chicago, AMA-PPPS Chair M. Zuhdi Jasser, MD, head of the Jasser Center for Comprehensive Care in Phoenix, and Karen L. Smith, MD, owner of a private family practice in Raeford, North Carolina.
By Len Strazewski, Contributing News Writer
March 28, 2022 – Value-based contracts between private practice physicians and third-party payors are becoming increasingly prevalent, and their complexity is placing new demands on doctors already struggling to navigate the challenges of telehealth, the COVID-19 pandemic and more.
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