The American Board of Obesity Medicine announced that a record 726 physicians passed its board certification examination this year, with primary care physicians leading the way.
A recent patient survey finds that online ratings and patient comments play a significant role in many people’s choice of healthcare providers.
A recently-published study shows that even though the number of primary care doctors in the U.S. has been increasing, the gains have not been evenly distributed.
Under value-based pay, practices may find they need ancillary services just to maintain their current revenue.
This slideshow will guide physicians towards effective end-of-life care discussions with all patients.
The growing availability of direct-to-consumer genetic tests highlights the need for validating and interpreting the tests’ results.
ACP session focuses on overcoming fear of cost-of-care discussions.
Doctors understand that social determinants of health have a major impact on patients' wellbeing, yet they often are reluctant to address such issues with their patients.
How physicians can adapt to the patient empowerment trend
Here’s a look at what 2019 may hold in four areas of healthcare policy of importance to doctors: the future of the Affordable Care Act, expanding healthcare insurance coverage, the cost of prescription drugs and changes to accountable care organizations.