As health care continues to evolve, many physicians feel unprepared for the changes ahead. (Photo: iStock)

A new survey suggests many physicians are struggling to adapt to new technology and new standards of performance evaluation.

A survey conducted by Burlington, Mass.-based Decision Resources Group found that 43 percent of physicians said they believe that their organization is “struggling to understand and meet goals of value and quality” that are increasingly being imposed by Medicare and private insurers based on metrics such as hospital readmission, infection rates and cost savings.

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