https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Rural-South.jpg 806 1128 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2019-07-10 22:25:012022-03-23 14:28:20Rural America’s Invisible Patients, Part I: The South
Rural America’s Invisible Patients, Part I: The South
Increased access to pediatric care for rural poor populations could alter the course of children’s lives, and widespread access could change a community’s future. Three distinct regions of the U.S. provide lenses through which to examine questions of access, utilization, and solutions for the future.
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Collaboration and Cooperation: Integrating Mental Health Care into a Pediatric Practice
At Parker Pediatrics and Adolescents in Colorado, Dr. Jay Rabinowitz took a leap into the unknown by bringing licensed mental health professionals into his practice as employees. Dr. Mark Harris went on a similar journey in Vermont, where he integrated mental health services into his practice, Upper Valley Pediatrics, in the 1990s. In both locations, integrated mental health care has been beneficial for patients and providers, filling a dire need in the community.
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A Child-Centered Defense of Medicaid
Why fight for Medicaid? Pediatrician Christoph Diasio, M.D. makes a compelling case. He offers his perspective on Medicaid’s foundational role in our health care system, and proposes a vision for the future.
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A Tale of Two Pediatric Practices
Sandhills Pediatrics and Palmetto Pediatrics, two of the largest independent pediatric practices in the Midlands region of South Carolina, have joined forces to create South Carolina Pediatric Alliance. Their goal is to deliver high quality care while gaining efficiencies of scale, reducing costs, and maintaining the independence of their practices.
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Front Desk Best Practices to Please Patients
Ensure your patient experience is positive by following front desk best practice. Managing phone interruptions, practicing great customer service, and collecting payments promptly will keep your patients happy and your revenue cycle healthy.
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Family, Community, Country: The Power of Patient-Centered Pediatrics in South Texas
Dr. J.J. Saenz views his pediatric practice as an extension of his family—in fact, the practice is his family. While striving to meet the needs of their diverse community, Dr. Saenz and his children have been providing quality, evidence-based care for children in the Rio Grande Valley for 30 years.
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Dr. Richard Schwartz on the Benefits of Thinking Big and Staying Small
An exemplary pediatrician draws on his long career to describe his obsession with science, the rewards of gutsy perseverance and why he can't work for someone else.
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On Her Own Terms: How Going Solo Was the Best Decision for Dr. Warner
Nine years after opening her own practice, Dr. Warner knows going solo was the right choice for her practice.
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Dr. John Ivan Sutter: Pediatrician, Activist, and Champion of Physician’s Rights
Dr. Sutter fought a decades-long legal battle against one of the big insurers that went all the way to the Supreme Court and resulted in a landmark decision. Why did no one seem to care?
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Out of the Exam Room and Into the Community for Nash Pediatrics
Dr. Alison Nash continues a family tradition/calling as successor to the pediatric practice her father, Dr. Homer Nash, opened six decades ago in north St. Louis.