Practice transformation to a direct pay or concierge model is one solution physicians are taking to deal with burnout, declining revenue and payer hassles.
Some experts say primary care physicians are not routinizing sexual health discussions as part of general health screenings
There are common misconceptions patients have about the disease that physicians can address
Gender bias in healthcare can be dangerous for women’s health
Tips for primary care physcians
While physicians often struggle to keep their asthmatic patients in good health, experts say that new treatment approaches and medications may be able to reduce these costs and improve quality of life for asthma patients.
Healthcare organizations have been using patient satisfaction scores since the late 1980s to improve care delivery and calculate physician and staff bonuses, among other purposes.
A new study found that vaping may also have negative impacts on fertility
They may be awkward, but physician-led conversations about sexual health are a must when dealing with teenage patients
Sexually transmitted infections are on a dramatic upswing, according to the CDC, leaving physicians and health officials looking for solutions