Even though they’ve been available for decades, portals have yet to meet their lofty expectations, a situation for which both patients and doctors share the blame.
Experts say insurance companies sometimes underpay the contracted amount for a service or procedure—and practices often are unaware when it happens.
Will government ‘solutions’ to the opioid crisis make it worse?
Outside the media spotlight, many primary care practices face the basic challenge of staying afloat financially.
ACP’s president, Jack Ende, outlines the organization’s stance not against guns, but rather firearm violence
We spoke with ChangeMaker John Hsu, MD, a Whittier, California-based anesthesiologist, on the need to intervene in the opioid crisis.
We spoke with ChangeMaker John Hsu, MD, a California-based anesthesiologist on the need to intervene in the opioid crisis.
The rise of social media has given medical practices a new tool for overcoming one of their biggest headaches: resolving disputes
In this podcast, we spoke with Lisa Larkin, MD, on the need to focus on women's health in medicine.
Medical Economics recently spoke with Peter Goldbach, MD, chief medical officer with Health Dialog, a provider of population health management services, on the importance of shared decision-making in medical care and improving patient outcomes.