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IPA

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IPA

IPA

(1) (IPhone Application) See APP file.

(2) (Independent Practice Association) See healthcare IT.
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Greater Newport Physicians (GNP), one of the largest independent practice associations in Southern California, has received a 2-year Physician Organization Certification in Credentialing and Re-Credentialing from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
An independent practice association, ADOC is a medical group comprised of more than 275 private physicians and 600 specialty physicians with offices throughout the greater Orange County area, including urgent care centers and hospitals.
Independent Practice Association Enables California Physicians to Adopt EHR Technology for Patient Safety and Efficiency
An independent practice association (IPA) is one way physicians can band together without sacrificing autonomy.
Depending on the local market, this might be an existing HMO or PPO, an established physician-hospital organization (PHO), a hospital system that either currently owns an HMO or is contemplating the development of one, or an independent practice association (IPA).
LighthouseMD, a leading provider of practice management, EMR and clinical workflow solutions to medical groups, today announced that the Massachusetts-based Emerson Hospital physician hospital organization (PHO) and independent practice association (IPA), selected LighthouseMD to be the preferred application service provider (ASP) for practice management, clinical and revenue cycle management services.
Joint ventures, a hospital-sponsored independent practice association (IPA), etc.
MIAMI -- Continucare Corporation (AMEX:CNU) announced today that it has entered into a "full risk" Independent Practice Association Participation Agreement with Humana under which Continucare will provide medical utilization, pharmacy management and specialist network development assistance to 14 independent physician affiliates ("IPAs") practicing in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, Florida.
Specialty practitioners and groups have banded together with the hospital to form an independent practice association (IPA).
A medical group, be it under one roof, as a single or multispecialty group, or in separate offices, as an independent practice association, develops with the size and make-up of its patient base.

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