Some physicians are pushing back against the stress of medicine by simplifying their practices to remove barriers between them and their patients.
Every day was met with new challenges, new policies, or denial of payment.
To date, we have taken an all-too-comfortable approach in our response to burnout. We are addressing the problem the same way that we handle disease—from a reactive, cerebral, and overly academic angle.
Despite deep philosophical differences between our two political parties, there is a uniquely American solution to saving Medicaid.
Repealing the Stark Law is a good first step, but more must be done to put doctors back in charge of patient care.
By working together, health systems and independent pharmacists can create and sustain long-lasting relationships to benefit patients.
Congress is debating a plan that would have significant effects for a large majority of U.S. medical students.
When it comes to patients struggling with social issues, a little effort on the part of the practice can go a long way.
In order to recruit and retain critical talent, it is essential your workplace shifts its culture to embrace lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning staff members.
Patients—and physicians—deserve much better.