Margalit Gur-Arie is a founder of BizMed, a company devoted to supporting practicing physicians through software and services that simplify the business of medicine. Margalit has served in executive and consulting roles at various Health IT companies and her mission is to support and strengthen independent private practice, particularly in rural and underserved areas.
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Margalit Gur-Arie shares 2 EMR mantras that never fail to materialize when EHRs are discussed.
There is a new report out from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) titled “The Slow Recovery of the Labor Market”, and as its title implies, it predicts a slow recovery from a labor perspective. Among other things, the CBO report is now making headlines in the political game of Obamacare because it forecasts a 2.5 […]
Wanted: White knight (shiny amour optional) to save us from ourselves and the wretched lifestyles we choose. Your coffeemaker went dead on you this morning, and while lamenting your drowsiness at work, your friend Denise mentions that she just bought a new coffeemaker at Target and she absolutely loves it. You take your coffee the […]
Margalit Gur-Arie, Co-Founder of BizMed provides an in-depth look at the Meaningful Use state of affairs for 2014.
As we close the year 2013, Margarit Gur-Arie provides her reflections with the top 10 accomplishments of the U.S. healthcare system in 2013.
When it comes to the doctor shortage in healthcare, instead of “expanding our doctor pool, we should focus on increasing the productivity of existing physicians and other healthcare workers.”
Direct primary care, whether concierge, or ideal or micro, or contracted by employers and even forward thinking insurers, will most likely explode in size during the next decade.
Healthcare.gov was “experiencing technical difficulties” again yesterday, but the system is up now. Thirty days after it went live, the Federal insurance marketplace, the flagship of Obamacare, is still hopelessly broken
Every definition of patient centered care concludes with the observation that such care must conform to patient values and cultural preferences.
Like young superheroes in blockbuster movies, health IT is blowing things up randomly, while trying to understand how it should apply these newfound powers. But health IT is not a single-minded monolithic being.