Check out all of our content honoring a century of physician excellence
‘Stretched too thin’ – Primary care physicians too busy to take on additional research
Top-down solutions are needed to expand the workforce and reduce burnout, not just free up a few minutes here and there.
100th anniversary issue guide: Celebrating a century of physician excellence
What's inside the Medical Economics 100th anniversary issue.
A century of primary care transformation
Primary care medicine has undergone enormous changes in the past hundred years.
'Holding onto the primary care dream'
A conversation with family physician Melissa Lucarelli, M.D.
How modern medicine was made: A century of breakthrough, discovery and invention
A century of breakthrough, discovery and invention — and the pioneers who made medical history.
The doctor is in ... your TV
The physician's role in American culture.
The evolution of the doctor-patient relationship
'I was very lucky:' 101-year-old doctor reflects on his career and a century of change
An interview with 101-year-old physician Howard Tucker, M.D.
The changing face of the physician
The physician workforce is more diverse than it ever has been, and the diversity is only increasing.
The future of medicine
What will being a physician look like in the future, and how will health care change?
A century of health care change reinforces the importance of physicians
From the editor-in-chief, L. Allen Dobson, M.D.
Celebrating 100 years of serving physicians
For a publication to survive and thrive for a century puts us in rarified air. How do you celebrate such an event?
Carrot tan trend on social media; New drug delivery patch inspired by octopus tentacle; Pfizer plant resumes production - Morning Medical Update
The top news stories in primary care today.
Navigating inflation’s impact on health care affordability
Skyrocketing out-of-pocket health care costs and unexpected medical expenses are outpacing inflationary pressures which have already decimated the budgets of many American families.
New study shows seasonal effects on glucose levels for patients with Type 1 diabetes
Cold weather months and holidays are worst for unhealthy blood sugar levels
Cyberattacks on health care industry growing
Hackers prey on “fear, uncertainty and doubt,” expert says
Most older adults: Cancer screening guidelines are trash
Poll shows majority of older adults are against the idea of incorporating life expectancy into screening guidelines
The evolution of primary care and the growing role of advanced practice clinicians
Patients are clamoring for care as the physician shortage gets worse. Here’s why nurse practitioners and physician assistants are part of the solution.
The best use cases for generative AI in health care? Look near term
Benefits will come when physicians and health experts begin integrating large language models into practices, hospitals and insurance companies.
Advocates call for Medicare coverage of antiobesity drugs
White paper argues for reconsideration of weight as a chronic disease with multiple causes and consequences.
Copay adjustment programs may worsen racial disparities in health outcomes
Copay accumulators, maximizers could reduce access to prescription medications among non-whites
Physician practices identify strategies for managing change
Offices successful in diabetes treatment have common characteristics of high performance.
New COVID vaccine receives mixed response
Republicans are more likely to say they are not getting the vaccine and that it isn’t safe
Health care workers face higher suicide risk than other Americans
Among six categories studied, only physicians had lower rates than general population
Physician, pharmacists charged for $170M fraud scheme
Federal investigators allege kickbacks, money laundering in Texas.
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