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
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
Get better at referrals: Communicating with your colleagues
Advice from a physician on improving the referral process and enhancing communication with your colleagues.
The reason Better Together was created
Adrienne Mann, MD, and Tyra Fainstad, MD, share the moment they knew physicians needed a program like Better Together.
The difference between Better Together coaching and traditional therapy
Although there is some overlap with cognitive behavioral therapy, Better Together is different.
What inclusivity means for Better Together
Better Together founders Adrienne Mann, MD, and Tyra Fainstad, MD, say there will be a push for inclusivity as their program grows.
Why physician culture is toxic
Tyra Fainstad, MD, says physician culture has been toxic a long time because our culture paints physicians as heroes, which can lead to perfectionism and feelings of inadequacy.
Making the Primary Care System Better After the Covid-19 Pandemic
A strategic blueprint for fixing primary care.
What women physicians can expect from Better Together
A description of the Better Together program.
Addressing physician burnout: nine solutions for academic institutions, clinical training programs, and accreditation bodies
Here are nine actions U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy, MD, MBA, recommends.
Direct care financial realities: What you need to know about income and overhead
The economics of direct care are straightforward. Here are the three variables to track.
Primary care for people
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, of the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality talks about how people need medical homes.
Family physicians and the fight against the health system
Primary care medicine is not paid for in the United States anywhere commensurate with its value to patients
Fixing primary care
Why physicians deserve a better system — and how to get there
Using technology to improve care
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, of the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality explains how health services research and technology.
Centering on primary care and equity
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, of the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality discusses the need for centering on primary care and improving health equity.
Basic elements for underserved communities
Arlene S. Bierman, MD, MS, of the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality discusses crafting solutions for rural areas, small towns, poor and underserved communities.
Addressing physician burnout: 11 solutions for health care organizations
Here are 11 actions for health care organizations to curb physician and medical staff burnout.
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