Gastroenterology

GIQuIC: A High-Value Proposition for Physician and Practice




GIQuIC entered the colorectal screening scene more than a decade ago and the evolution of use in my practice spans a 6-year timeframe. Though we were considered early adopters of the program, there was initially no distinct incentive to utilize the program outside of appealing to the intrinsic desire of physicians to improve the quality, efficiency and safety of the care they provide.
However, the rapid transformation of the health care environment over the last 2 to 3 years, from a purely fee-for-service environment to a value-based one, accelerated interest among the hospital-based endoscopy

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