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Dylan Fisher

Dylan Fisher

Dylan Fisher is an Associate Editor at Physicians Practice where he covers the issues affecting private practices on a daily basis. Previously, he was a content specialist at Direct Eats using his writing and social media expertise to grow the brands online footprint. Before Direct Eats, he was a news reporter at the Monadnock Ledger Transcript, publishing articles on health, personal interest, and sports. He can be reached at Dylan.fisher@ubm.com or on Twitter at @DFisher_P2.

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A recent Merritt Hawkins survey found 56 percent of docs in support of single-payer healthcare due to a variety of reasons, including feelings of inevitably.

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President Trump called the opioid epidemic a national crisis, while vowing to spend time, effort, and money to fix it.

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A new study from CompHealth found that late-career physicians are hesitant to retire due to continuing to feel competitive and effective at their practice.

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Our reader's debate whether or not EHRs should have lemon laws and if a single-payer healthcare system would work in the U.S.

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Our readers did not hold back while echoing the comments of a physician who wrote her honest feelings about the EHR.

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Following an action-packed morning in the Senate, the latest attempt to repeal Obamacare failed after three Republicans voted against the effort.

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According to our 2017 Technology Survey, half of physicians don't understand demonstrating IT use under Medicare payment reform. Here's what to know.

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A study looking at care process, access, administrative efficiency, and outcomes ranks U.S. healthcare system last across the board.

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Enthusiastic dialogue between healthcare professionals and technology experts bodes well for the health IT industry.

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Senate GOP leadership released a revised version of its healthcare bill, upping opioid crisis capital, among other changes, but Medicaid funding is still due to be cut.

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