Over the last decade, as health care solutions have become more specialized and fragmented, primary care physicians (PCPs) have frequently been cut out of the loop, particularly in coding initiatives. Retrospective and in-home risk assessment solutions work around PCPs. This dynamic further complicates PCPs’ ability to thrive in value-based care, which hinges on primary care being underscored. PCPs can take back control of care and accelerate their own transition to and ...

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