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With another acquisition, what is CVS building?
CVS is on a quest to become a one stop shop for healthcare. With its acquisition of Oak Street, it'll have a primary care company too.
Omicron is straining medical supply chains and this small practice
A rural family physician discusses shortages of medications, hospital staff and beds for COVID-19 patients.
What are the true costs of Medicaid?
19 states haven't expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
The cure for a doctor shortage: primary care and teamwork
The key isn’t how many doctors you churn out, it’s what kind.
Why primary care doctors are getting paid more
Insurers want the physicians to act as gatekeepers, making them more valuable.
Venture capitalists connect with local doctors
How the relationship between doctors and patients becomes a business opportunity.
Nurse-led clinics: No doctors required
Some communities rely heavily on nurses to fill their healthcare needs.
Healthcare teams 'wrapped around' patients
Making primary and specialty care for the poorest - and sickest - patients accessible