March 28th 2023
The top news stories in primary care today.
March 27th 2023
Some sectors fare better than others, but health care employment is most recovered from the big drops that occurred during COVID.
March 24th 2023
Hospitals know they need digital solutions, but don’t know the best way forward
Addressing barriers for women doctors could reduce pay gap while expanding the workforce, researchers say.
Exclusive report on how much physicians earn
Osteopathic medicine has ‘exponential growth’ in U.S. health care
Report documents increasing number of DO physicians, students.
A message to primary care physicians
Ernest R. Gelb, DO, FACOFP, 126th president of the American Osteopathic Association, offers thanks to America’s primary care physicians.
Meet Dr. Gelb
Ernest R. Gelb, DO, FACOFP, 126th president of the American Osteopathic Association, talks about his career and life as a small-town physician.
Combatting inappropriate scope expansion
Physician-led care and inappropriate scope of practice issues.
The art of apologizing
Apologizing when you are a physician is important, and its also important to be careful.
Physician wellness: resources to help
Ernest R. Gelb, DO, FACOFP, 126th president of the American Osteopathic Association, discusses the importance of physician wellness and resources.
Matching osteopathic medicine students with residencies
Ernest R. Gelb, DO, FACOFP, 126th president of the American Osteopathic Association, the National Resident Matching Program and the current crop of osteopathic medicine students.
Family medicine physician takes lead at American Osteopathic Association
Ernest R. Gelb, DO, practiced in rural Pennsylvania, South Carolina.
What doctors can do when they see signs of burnout in themselves
Numerous services are available to help doctors prevent and cope with burnout.
Creating the (almost) perfect practice, part 2
The second part of a series on making your practice run like a well-oiled machine.
What are early-warning signs of burnout among doctors?
Feelings of cynicism are among the first signs of burnout.
Does coaching put responsibility for reducing burnout on individual doctors rather than the health care system?
It’s important for doctors to work on the elements of burnout they can control rather than waiting for the system to change
The big impact of small measures
Even small steps towards mindfulness can provide doctors with a sense of control in their lives.
Managing staff during the Great Resignation: Focus on stayers, not leavers
How to make sure resignations don't derail your staff retention.
The personal cost of not being emotionally present
Doctors’ inability to stop thinking about work can harm relationships with family and friends.
How doctors can recognize emotional triggers
Doctors can learn to look for early warning signs of their own emotional distress.
Retirement planning for physicians, Part 1
Find the right time to retire is a challenge you can prepare for.
Four tips for succession planning at your medical practice
Don't wait until it's too late to start planning for practice succession.
Coping with the stress of medical practice
How doctors can manage their emotions and learn to build resilience.
Breaking bad habits at your practice
Breaking the chains of habit and tradition can have a positive impact on your practice and wellbeing.
Exclusive physician data: National 2022 survey results are live
Medical schools must do more to help poor and marginalized students graduate
Study finds higher attrition rates among those with low incomes or from groups underrepresented in medicine
Celebrating Freedom: Regain, Retain or Attain Your Independence as a Concierge Physician
Fixing the primary care system after the COVID-19 pandemic
A strategic blueprint for fixing primary care
The 2022 Physician Report: Exclusive physician salary, productivity, and malpractice survey results
Results of the 93rd annual Medical Economics physician survey are live.
Addressing physician burnout: 11 solutions for governments and lawmakers
Here are 11 actions the U.S. Surgeon General recommends for federal, state, local and tribal governments to curb physician and medical staff burnout.
Addressing physician burnout: five solutions for health care workers
Here are five actions the U.S. Surgeon General recommends for health care workers to curb physician and medical staff burnout.
Top 11 states for best health care
Here are the top 11 based on 5 factors.
9 worst states for health care
The bottom 9 states based on 5 factors.
The Ripple Effects of Physician Burnout
There are four areas that must be addressed to solve the problem of physician burnout
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