Adequate call coverage and autonomy can be as important as salary and other financial incentives. Often, it’s as simple as wanting to step away fro...
A pharmacist-led collaboration with physicians goes into the heart of a community that would benefit most — and had a positive effect.
Physicians asked about rising rates can explain that insurers are charging more if children are on coverage plans.
California teaching centers aim to train and retain doctors in medically underserved areas. But funding remains a question.
The new model represents a departure from traditional payment formulas that focus on volume of services rather than on clinical outcomes.
Turning suspicion into intervention remains a difficult matter for physicians and other health care professionals.
A federal drug program blocks rural hospitals from getting discounts on rare-disease drugs, forcing physician leaders to make difficult decisions.
The Patient Experience Policy Forum will focus on shaping patient-centered health care strategies at the national and state levels.
A study says those that do double their chances of readmission within two months. Understanding why this happens and what can be done about it is i...
Among the “low value” tests and treatments researchers studied, black and Hispanic beneficiaries were significantly more likely than whites to rece...
America’s growing epidemic has guided policymakers and providers toward treatments such as nerve blocks, medical marijuana and even acupuncture.
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