Hospital & Healthcare Management February 4, 2023
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The healthcare field is changing rapidly, especially in the wake of the first worldwide pandemic that shut down dozens of national economies. As governments and institutions claw their way back from near collapse, many of the predictions about health-related industries are coming true. Not only have costs begun to rise after a slow pause, but medical care is quickly getting back to its old upward trajectory in terms of price rises, delays in service, and complex insurance scenarios.

The leading stories that are already unfolding in 2023 include not only the return to business as usual for pricing but also a new trend in financing education for future medical students and doctors. Additionally, other major changes are taking place in...

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Topics: Healthcare System, Insurance, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Physician, Pricing / Spending, Provider, Trends
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