Are you letting meaningless details squander your mental currency in rheumatology practice? The author points out how to recapture energy stolen by mere paperwork that should be used on your real job: Patient care.
Christopher Adams MD
Prior authorizations have begun to spread pandemic-like from high-cost biologics to treatments used routinely in rheumatology. The time burden on rheumatologists is insupportable, contends the author, who says it's time to take action.
(OPINION) A rheumatologist in solo private practice in an under-served area offers his prescription for protecting patients' interests in sound medical care as well as the time, professional obligations, and public image of physicians.