The benefits of doctor-pharmacist collaboration
A new survey explores the perspectives of both groups.
The state of telemedicine today
Survey of doctors and patients shows broad and continuing use of virtual visits.
States with the best and worst health care
Where does your state rank?
How should the government decide whether to approve health care mergers?
A look at the proposed new guidelines.
How patients are using telemedicine
The different ways patients use telemedicine.
How the COVID-19 pandemic eased worries about affording health care
Federal laws maintained Medicaid enrollment and made Marketplace plans more affordable for more people.
Which Americans are most affected by prescription drug costs?
Here’s a look at cost-related non-adherence among select population groups.
Medical school cost and debt: a slideshow
Here are more facts about how much medical school costs, and how much students owe when the graduate.
America’s healthiest—and unhealthiest—cities
Where does yours rank?
Earning adherence: How physicians can motivate patients to better manage chronic diseases
Patients often find it hard to keep to a long-term treatment plan, but there are ways physicians can help
Which are the best states for physicians to practice?
Deciding where to practice is among the most important career decisions doctors face and often involves myriad considerations.
HLTH 2022: Federal COVID response slowed by absence of unified public health system, says Becerra
HHS secretary says federal government will need quicker access to national data to address future health emergencies
HLTH 2022: COVID-19 response has reduced Americans’ trust in public health
Panelists say lack of clear explanations for public health policy decisions adds to problem
Value-based care gains ground
Outcomes-based models are spreading, but fee-for-service still dominates payment landscape
After Hours: Aiding Ukraine
Taras Mahlay, MD, is helping the war-torn nation by helping to collect and send needed medical supplies.
Destroy busy work
Don’t let administrative burdens wreck your practice
Opioid prescribing little affected by state laws: study
Implementation challenges and loopholes limit laws’ impact
The tech savvy physician: Integrating social determinants of health into health data exchanges
When housing, transportation and other nonclinical data are shared electronically, clinicians can better understand their patients’ needs
Is an MBA right for you?
As medicine grows increasingly corporate, doctors are finding that career advancement requires understanding the business side of the profession
Under-insured patients: What physicians need to know
A discussion about what affect under-insured patients will have on health care.
How practice culture affects physician burnout
A new study suggests that reducing burnout requires an organization-level response — creating medical practice cultures that value qualities such as teamwork, open communications and process improvement.
Stop prescribing ivermectin for COVID-19 treatment COVID-19, physician and pharmacist groups urge
Doctor, pharmacist groups urge end to ivermectin prescribing, use
Which states have the lowest and highest ACA premiums?
Here are the states with the lowest and highest monthly premiums.
A Q&A with ONC director Micky Tripathi
The future of health IT
How to create, nurture and protect your financial future
The Biden Administration’s plan for health technology
A conversation with ONC director Micky Tripathi, on this week's Medical Economics Pulse.
Building your practice for a new future
COVID-19’s impact on Americans’ mental health
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic recession have affected Americans in myriad ways, including their mental and emotional health.
Strength in numbers: How physicians can work together and thrive
How independent practices can survive by working together.
How CINs enable data sharing
How IPCLI has integrated data from its members’ EHR systems
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