• The Physicians Foundation Winter 2017 E-Newsletter

    As 2017 comes to a close, the Physicians Foundation has a lot to be thankful for despite the continuing uncertainty the healthcare industry faces. The Winter 2017 E-Newsletter reflects on some of the Physicians Foundation's top accomplishments from this year.

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  • The Physicians Foundation Biennial 2017 Patient Survey

    A new patient survey of more than 1,700 U.S. adults found that 95 percent are currently satisfied with their primary care physician, but only 11 percent feel they have enough time with their physicians. That time is crucial to many consumers who have an even bigger concern—cost. Eighty nine percent are fearful that the rising cost of healthcare will adversely impact them in the future. Specifically, over half (56 percent) of patients say the cost of prescription drugs and pharmaceuticals directly contributes to rising healthcare costs.

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  • The Physicians Foundation Calls for CMS to Recognize the Impact Of Poverty And Other Determinants on Health

    The Physicians Foundation recently submitted a response to the CMS informal request for information and called for CMS to focus on a broader notion of health, rather than just treating and managing illness, to enable quality care at reduced costs with improved outcomes. The Foundation’s recommendations center on the need to account for poverty and other determinants of health as central to CMMI’s “new direction.”

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  • Video: About the Physicians Foundation

    Learn more about how the Physicians Foundation is empowering physicians to lead in the delivery of high-quality, cost-efficient healthcare. The Foundation focuses on awarding grants, conducting surveys, and creating important tools and resources.

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Our Mission: To empower physicians to lead in the delivery of high-quality, cost-efficient healthcare.

Focus Areas

Healthcare Reform

We provide physicians with critical resources to help them understand the impact of healthcare reform and legislative changes.

Practice Trends

We research and map the key trends and changes impacting how physicians practice to help deliver quality care to patients.

Physician Leadership

We help physicians build leadership skills that drive both healthcare excellence and improvements in future healthcare delivery.

Physician Shortage

We are continuously assessing the supply of physicians to ensure that the current and future needs of all patients are met.

Health IT

We focus on demonstrating the practical use of health information technology for improving healthcare delivery.