December 5th 2023
Outpatient revenue sees double-digit growth
December 4th 2023
Study highlights challenges faced by employed physicians in corporate-owned settings
November 30th 2023
Mounting pressures have plunged physicians into a crisis, underscoring the need for comprehensive reform.
Do it for the right reasons and the rewards will follow naturally
November 28th 2023
Watch four educational sessions on personal finance, revenue cycle management, investing and more.
Exclusive report on how much physicians earn
New scholarship donation will benefit medical students in rural health care
University of Kentucky announces financial aid for Rural Physician Leadership Program.
No quick and easy answers for health care workforce shortages
Experts weigh in on current factors affecting the job market.
‘Independent medical practices are not dead’
AIMPA intends to become a new voice for independent physicians across all specialties, including primary care.
An Effective Methodology to Boost the Socio-Economic Diversity of U.S. Med Students and Future Doctors
The lack of socio-economic diversity among medical students is causing a growing health care and fiscal problem in the United States.
When doctors don’t talk to each other
How to improve communication between primary and specialty care.
Health care employment rises in October, but so does overall jobless rate
Physicians’ offices and hospitals both are part of gains for the month.
Top 5 ways organizations can retain great physicians
Hospitals and health care organizations don’t do enough to keep physicians. A new book discusses how to change that.
U.S. primary care crisis worsens
Experts call for reforms and policy changes
Which health care professionals are leaving their jobs?
The categories of health care workers experiencing the biggest losses.
Nurses call for changes to address burnout, safety, staffing shortages
As more physicians turn to employment by hospitals and health systems, they experience a work environment that nurses have endured for years.
Physician shortage to take center stage in Washington, D.C.
AMA president to make presentation at National Press Club next week.
Attract and keep exceptional talent with retention and recruiting strategies for today’s labor market
A revolving door of staff or an understaffed office can undo the good work of your practice. Here’s how to find and keep talent.
Primary care left gutted by COVID-19 pandemic
Health care is busy and getting busier, but there are possible solutions that could help physicians and other clinicians, according to a new report.
Federal grant to train more primary care physicians for rural areas
Kentucky medical school scores $16 million to enhance, develop programs.
Asking clinicians to enhance their medical coding skills, another necessary task
Coding skills do not inherently equate to clinical competence, and vice versa, but both are necessary.
Medical residents are feeling burned out too
New survey shows significant increase in burnout symptoms just since 2021
Recruiting hard-to-hire physicians
Health care organizations must adopt a proactive and personalized approach to making physicians feel heard, valued, and interested.
First combined MD/artificial intelligence degree program launched
Program aims to train doctors to apply artificial intelligence to improve diagnostic and treatment outcomes
Exclusive Physician Burnout survey results: Are things getting better?
How many physicians feel burned out? And why? Check out our 2023 Physician Burnout and Wellness Survey results.
Changes in medical licensing exam create new problems
At-risk students and diversity both suffer from changing the first part of the exam to pass/fail
Practice Academy Summer 2023: Passive Income for Medical Professionals: Exploring Private REITs as a Smart Investment
Practice Academy Summer 2023: Taking Control of Your Financial Future: A Physician’s Playbook for Financial Wellness
Practice Academy Summer 2023: Private Markets, Medical Professionals, and a New Horizon of Opportunity
Independent practice is the secret to surviving and thriving in primary care
Staying independent allows doctors to improve on what they do best by enabling them to be nimble and innovative while focusing on satisfaction of patients and staff.
Reducing the risk of violence against health care workers: Effective solutions needed
Violence against health care workers has almost become a routine, if frightening, aspect of their jobs.
A physician’s guide to a mentally healthy workplace
With stressful conditions increasing and mental health decreasing, what is a primary care physician to do?
Majority of independent practice owners say the industry is threatened
Growth is still anticipated for many, despite challenges
5 ways to get the best physician employment contract
There are simple tools that can help us achieve the best employment contract.
How satisfied are American primary care doctors compared with other wealthy countries?
Primary care physicians in the U.S. can take comfort from knowing that PCPs elsewhere share their feelings.
Doctor demographics: Data from the Federation of State Medical Boards
Census reveals information about physician workforce across the United States.
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