Senators line up to support restoring physician reimbursement cut in Medicare
Letter to leadership outlines bleak financial picture for doctors, possible decrease in care for patients.
Health clinic faces $40,000 fine for HIPAA violations related to lax cybersecurity practices
HHS is applying increased scrutiny to health care cybersecurity practices
American health care will improve with diversity, equity, inclusion
An emergency medicine physician shares his background and perspectives on how a diverse medical workforce will help doctors, other clinicians, and patients.
Opioids and economic downturns behind rise in suicide rates
Women have been affected most by spread of opioids, study finds
Empowering patient care with smart technology
The role of intelligent automation in managing cancer treatments.
Understand the audit risks and penalties from some cardiology codes
How the CMS definition of cardiovascular surveillance is leading to significant recoupments from cardiology practices
Paying for behavioral health services; $110M in health care fraud; antidote for snakebites – Morning Medical Update
The top news stories in medicine today.
The Leapfrog Group: Physicians and patient safety in hospitals, part 2
Diagnostic error, patient safety, and how physicians can help in practice and in hospital.
On Capitol Hill: Rep. Larry Bucshon, MD, on reforming prior authorizations, part 2
A congressman discusses current health care issues in Washington, D.C.
Diversity in medicine: A ripple effect among doctors, patients and the community
Why the U.S. health care system needs diversity among physicians, and how patients will benefit.
Diversity in medicine: Methods to recruit more physicians of color
VillageMD to close Florida clinics: reports
Walgreens’ primary care business to leave that state.
How an ESOP can help your practice remain independent
If your practice is looking for a way to not fall into the clutches of private equity or the local health system, then an employee stock ownership plan may be right for you
Prior authorizations: Containing costs or obstructing health care?
Experts discuss process of physicians getting insurers to pay for treatments for patients.
Time-limited opioid prescriptions: the benefits of a customized approach
Study finds setting-specific limits reduce prescription durations
Diversity in medicine: We need racial concordance
Diversity in medicine: A physician speaks out
Three examples of how AI is going to change medicine
Whether the changes are good or bad probably depends on how much they help or hinder your ability to do your job
Consumers want and need price transparency in health care, lawmaker says
Election year politics could spur legislative action for medical care.
On Capitol Hill: Rep. Larry Bucshon, MD, on reforming prior authorizations, part 1
More than 90% of docs feeling burned out: survey
A better patient experience can drive better diabetes care results
Endocrine Society urges a shift in diabetes care by emphasizing the importance of patient experience.
On Capitol Hill: Two ways to reform Medicare physician reimbursement
Personalized cancer vaccines; Medicare drug price negotiations; cannabinoids for broken bone repair – Morning Medical Update
The Leapfrog Group: Developing a culture of safety
DOs need to speak up; new genetic variants; presidential heart health – Morning Medical Update
States with the longest and shortest life expectancies—a slideshow
Where does your state rank?
On prior authorizations and Medicare Advantage reforms: a lawmaker’s perspective
Rep. Larry Bucshon, MD, discusses two issues at the top of the agenda in American health care.
Beyond good ideas: How purpose and grit shape and drive start-up success in health care
Physicians and entrepreneurs are smart, but they need persistence and drive to get their businesses past the ‘no’ phase of development.
Waste transformation in business: A paradigm shift in health care practices
Health care can take a leadership role in reducing waste in the community
2 Commerce Drive Cranbury, NJ 08512