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A recent study found that payers and providers have a variety of opinions when it comes to healthcare.
The three-judge panel found HHS Secretary Alexander Azar’s approval of the requirement to be “arbitrary and capricious.”
A slideshow with nine things physicians can do to make the prior authorization process easier.
How physicians behave after learning that they’re being sued for medical malpractice can determine the outcome of the case, regardless of its legal and medical merits.
David B. Wright, MD, discusses the technique of motivational interviewing, and how he has used it to successfully improve the health of patients with complex chronic conditions.
The multidisciplinary nature of healthcare requires a team approach to effectively navigate risks and opportunities.
A recent survey conducted by InstaMed, an online healthcare payments service, revealed that 93 percent of patients were surprised by their medical bill, including 61 percent who received a bill for more than expected and 50 percent who re
An author of a recent study on the subject unpacks the results.
The shortage of primary care physicians is a nationwide issue, yet the severity of the crisis varies per state.