drop us a line

Thank you! Your submission has been received!

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form

Rick Grizzle

about 

latest posts
Protected Health Information (PHI)

How Compliance Relates To PHI (Protected Health Information) In an Office Setting

By

Rick Grizzle

|

January 15, 2019

And there are several of the most common violations for this. There's a list of them. And most offices don't realize that they may be out of compliance...

Independent Physicians

The Cost Effectiveness of Independent Physicians with Doctor John Moore

By

Rick Grizzle

|

January 15, 2019

What is the future of medicine? How do physicians drive down healthcare costs? Dr. John Moore walks through the cost effectiveness of independent physicians and the beginning of TXCIN.

Independent Physicians

When Physicians Are In Survival Mode

By

Rick Grizzle

|

January 15, 2019

Nearly 100% of physicians with whom we have visited like our approach because it rewards them for continually improving their practice, skill, trade and patient focus. However, their trust is limited Because they see the power in the existing system and their belief that things can be different and better is minimal. You see, Physicians are in survival mode when

Independent Physicians

Solutions That Drive Independence For Physicians

By

Rick Grizzle

|

January 15, 2019

In the last 30 years, healthcare cost per capita has increased over 700%. In the same time period, time spent between the physician and patient has dropped 73%. The slide below, produced through information from the Institute of Medicine 2012 study, documents what the Physician Collaboration Project instinctively understood; that is, claims due to waste..

Independent Physicians

How Physician Collaboration Drives Value

By

Rick Grizzle

|

January 15, 2019

Over the three decades of managed care practices, physician fees have never represented more than 30% of all healthcare expenditures, while physician care authorizations extended their influence to over 90% of all healthcare expenditures. Having built my career...

Follow Me

featured posts
Value Based

What are the Primary Drivers of Healthcare Costs?

The United States healthcare system is the most expensive in the world, reaching $3.5 trillion in 2017 ($10,739 per person) and comprising 17.9% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Expected to reach 19.7% GDP (or $5.7 trillion) by 2026, healthcare costs are reaching unsustainable levels, jeopardizing America’s international competitiveness, burdening U.S. families, and weakening the...

Value Based

Value-based Care vs Fee-for-Service

The healthcare industry is experiencing a transformation involving reimbursement payment models. The conventional fee-for-service (FFS) reimbursement model is slowly being replaced by the concept of value-based care, a reimbursement methodology that challenges the “volume-based care” associated with fee-for-service...

accountable-care-organization

ACOs vs HMOs: Here’s How They’re Different

Health systems and managed health care are inventions of the early 20th century, but it wasn’t until the early 1970s that Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) were defined as such and considered solutions for dangerously high healthcare costs. Although prevalent throughout the 1980s and 90s, HMOs for various reasons...