February 15th 2024
It seems like the U.S. government has officially given up on the idea of physician-led primary care.
February 14th 2024
Representatives consider reauthorization of ‘Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act.’
Primary-care doctor shortage puts New Jersey residents at risk, report warns
January 23rd 2024
Survey shows that on average, physicians in private practice made more money than those working for hospitals
January 15th 2024
The costs and burden of Maintenance of Certification drives physicians out of medicine
Research alignment in HHS
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, of the mission of federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality discusses how the Department of Health and Human Services is aligning research across its agencies.
The Physician Shortage, Part Two: Keeping the Doors Open with Concierge Medicine
For concierge medicine physicians, while the pandemic was difficult and demanding, their professional survivability was never in question.
Building trust in primary care
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, of the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality discusses the importance of trust in primary care.
Physicians, medical staff report on burnout caused by COVID-19 pandemic
AMA publishes National Burnout Benchmarking report for 2020-2021.
Setting your priorities as a physician
And what does it have to do with an empty mayo jar and golf balls?
Investments to curb physician burnout
Arlene Bierman, MD, MS, of the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality discusses how more support for primary care will help doctors avoid burnout.
Adding to primary care research
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, of the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality discusses two kinds of research in health care.
Why the Most Important Qualification for a New Doctor is Empathy
Being empathetic will help you be a better doctor and improve patient outcomes
The Mission of AHRQ, the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, explains the mission of federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
The Physician Shortage: Why Concierge Medicine May be the Solution, Not the Problem
The American Association of Medical Colleges now estimates a shortage of between 37,800 and 124,000 physicians by 2034.
Why physicians need work-life balance
Work-life balance is the key to staving off burnout when practicing medicine.
The policy changes needed to improve family medicine
We need to rethink how we pitch — and train — the specialty of family medicine.
What primary care doctors can do today to make practicing better
How family medicine physicians can gain back control and empowerment in their careers.
Selling your medical practice? Avoid these 4 mistakes
Avoid these pitfalls when selling your medical practice.
How COVID-19 has impacted primary care
The pandemic has made physician independence even more precarious.
How physicians becoming employees has affected primary care
As physicians shift from practice owners to employees, what can be done to improve primary care?
Life-coaching program helps female physicians avoid burnout
Online conferencing, messages, become tools against burnout, imposter syndrome.
It Wasn't All COVID-19: Resident Distress and Reasons for It Among Different Specialties During the Pandemic
Traditional stresses of residency training were subjected to the demands of the pandemic.
Why so many patients don’t have a primary care doctor anymore
Is the health care system hostile to the physician-patient relationship?
The history of family medicine as a specialty
How family medicine has changed thru the years And why family medicine has changed.
Closer to student loan forgiveness? Major changes announced
What physicians with student loans need to know about these changes.
Why family medicine is in a crisis
Author Timothy Hoff, PhD, explains why he focused on the issues with family medicine in his new book.
Physician buy-in agreements: What you need to do when becoming a practice owner
What you need to do when you invite a new partner — or become a new partner — in a medical practice.
7 ways to keep a promising new hire at your practice
After a rigorous recruiting process, here's how to ensure a long stay from that prized new employee.
The economics of a comprehensive care management program in 2022
With the recent coverage and reimbursement changes, a comprehensive care management program can also make a significant difference in a healthcare organization's bottom line.
Doctors on the move
Michael Joyce, president of financial consultant Agili, talks about place as a factor for doctors in retirement.
Political tensions – a cause for worry?
Michael Joyce, president of financial consultant Agili, talks about short- and long-term effects of global tensions.
Dealing with COVID-19 pandemic downturn
Michael Joyce, president of financial consultant Agili, talks about dealing with an economic downturn.
Cash balance plans
Michael Joyce, president of financial consultant Agili, discusses cash balance plans as a way for physicians to save for retirement.
Creating a retirement savings timeline
Michael Joyce, president of financial consultant Agili, talks about the importance of a retirement savings plan that can change over time.
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