Are you ready for the empowered patient?
Today’s patients are apt to see their doctor armed with their own research and opinions on treatment options. Here's what you'll need to know.
Smoking: Its costs, and recommendations for helping patients quit
A state-by-state analysis of the costs of smoking.
7 keys to a strong sexual harassment policy
In an environment where policies and management are under increased scrutiny, it is important for an organization to do all it can to ensure its sexual harassment policy is comprehensive and effective.
6 impacts of using outdated communication tools
The state of communication in healthcare is fragmented at best
Electronic prior authorizations in healthcare today
Electronic prior authorizations could save $454 million annually.
9 MIPS measures that also reduce malpractice risk
Why not report on measures that when done properly can also reduce your risk of being sued for malpractice?
The 10 specialties with highest pay growth in 2019
Here are the top 10 specialties with the highest pay growth in 2019.
Coronavirus outbreak 2020: The latest info for doctors
As the deadly coronavirus spreads to thousands, concern grows across the globe.
ACP’s 10 ways to create a better healthcare system
Here are 10 ways to create a better healthcare system, according to the American College of Physicians.
8 ways to drive down expenses at your medical practice
As every medical practice knows, it can be hard to stay on top of ongoing expenses.
3 signs of burnout-and 4 ways to prevent it
Know the signs of burnout out and how to treat it.
The highest paid specialties in 2020 are…
Here are the highest paid specialties of 2020.
10 worst states for retired physicians
Here are the 10 worst states for retired physicians.
What patients really think about single-payer healthcare
A report from the Kaiser Family Foundation examined what the public opinion was for single-payer healthcare.
10 best states for retired physicians
Here are the 10 best states for retire physicians.
10 specialties most in-demand for telemedicine
Here are the top 10 specialties in demand for telemedicine.
Do older patients use the Web to choose a doctor?
Even though older adults have started to utilize online reviews, it is still not the most popular method of choosing a physician.
Brad Smith appointed new CMMI leader
Smith will also take a role advising HHS Secretary Alex Azar on value-based payment transformation.
10 topics physicians can discuss with patients for a healthy 2020
Start a helpful conversation with these topics.
What patients think about the healthcare system
A recent study provides insight into public opinions about healthcare.
MGMA 2019: Three tips for women leaders
As opportunities increase in healthcare, how can women prepare to take on leadership roles?
Do Americans trust physicians? New survey reveals the answer
Six takeaways from Pew Research’s latest poll
ACP: Physicians must stress importance of vaccination with adult patients
Many adult patients are not aware they need vaccines throughout their lives
Symptoms of physician burnout associated with racial biases, study finds
The study show suggests reducing physician burnout could potentially reduce racial healthcare inequalities
Enrollment rates rise at U.S medical schools, but that’s only half the battle
The AAMC says the U.S. needs more residency slots to address coming physician shortage
CVS Health collaboration seeks to address patients’ social determinants of health
The program is the latest effort by the newly merged CVS and Aetna to expand beyond retail pharmacy and insurance products and into patient healthcare services.
HHS grant seeks to draw resident physicians to rural areas
The grant is one part of an effort by policymakers to address the nationwide physician shortage, especially in rural communities
Spending more on primary care reduces hospitalization costs, study finds
A new study points to the value of investing in primary care services
Practices must do better responding to online reviews
Many physician practices ignore online reviews-especially when they are negative, a new survey found.
Health equity is declining as income inequality grows, JAMA study shows
As income inequality worsens in America, the health of its less-fortunate patients continues to decline.
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