The headwinds that face physicians today are significant and growing. Widely understood issues include declining income, work life imbalance, increasing expenses, information technology challenges, and burnout. Our model offers a unique alternative to the status quo.
Preparing for the future:
LifeLine Sciences, LLC is a Managed Services Organization (MSO). The LifeLine Sciences℠ platform is designed to thrive in today’s fee-for-service world while preparing for the inevitable change to fee-for-value. Our primary focus is on patient care and prevention allowing physicians the opportunity to drive efficiencies, reduce downstream costs, improve the patient experience and achieve quality measures. LifeLine Sciences is prepared for the future of risk-based models, positioned to excel in the evolving health care market.
An option for independent physicians:
Contracting with LifeLine Sciences allows physicians the opportunity to maintain autonomy in day-to-day practice activity. The MSO team manages the business aspects of the practice. Our collaborative culture is ideal for the independent physician with a passion for providing the highest quality patient care while meeting the challenges of today’s evolving health care environment.
Doing the right thing for patients and physicians is at the core of our philosophy. LifeLine Sciences is committed to the highest level of integrity while conducting business in a legal and ethical manner.
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