Tag Archives: The Maryland State Medical Society

PCMHs and ACOs: Are They Working?

How effective are Patient Centered Medical Homes and Accountable Care Organizations? Maryland experts describe how both models are improving care and why the new Maryland Medicare waiver may provide an impetus to both.

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MedChi Offers Systems of Support for Maryland Physicians

Whether practicing privately or through affiliation with a hospital or healthcare system, physicians in Maryland can rest assured that each day, there are people out there working hard on their behalf; people advocating for proposed healthcare laws and regulations that will help and support physician practices, and lobbying against those […]

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Health Care Issues in the 2011 Maryland General Assembly Session

By: Gene M. Ransom, III, Esq. The 2011 Maryland General Assembly Session moved at a slow pace as the result of the large number of newly elected legislators. The majority of work on health care issues resulted from the state reaction to recent federal actions. The O’Malley Administration worked to pass two bills to bring […]

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