Medical Economics July 28, 2021
Keith A. Reynolds

With the hardship of the early days of COVID-19 behind them, independent practices are looking to define themselves for the future.

While the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic saw independent practices scrambling just to survive, now these same practices are rededicating themselves to what’s important.

The State of the Independent Practice report from medical software company Kareo gathered survey responses from 1,300 independent practices across 50 specialties. The results give a look at how the attitudes of independent practices have changed during the pandemic.

Information on the impact of the pandemic on independent practices can be found here.

What’s important

Of the respondents, 71 percent say that improving delivery of care was extremely important to their practice, up from...

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