December 5th 2023
With planning and perseverance, small practices can still succeed against large practices and health care organizations
November 10th 2023
How to improve communication between primary and specialty care.
October 30th 2023
Let’s look at key considerations for health care leaders as they invest in innovation.
October 26th 2023
The following strategies can improve access to primary care.
August 30th 2023
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.
Health care system is responding to growing shortage of primary care doctors
Advanced practice practitioners, retailers, telehealth are replacing doctor-patient relationship
How ‘Moneyball’ can teach us to invest in primary care
Michael Lewis, let me tell you about primary care physicians.
First study of impact of NPs, PAs on emergency medicine physician trainees cause for concern
What is the impact of nonphysician providers on physician education?
In the spirit of independence, we celebrate every physician’s right to practice medicine their way
The rise in corporatization in medicine continues to upend the proud tradition of physicians in private practice who have long provided outstanding care according to their deep-seated and carefully nurtured vision.
HIPAA cost confusion and privacy myths
A rebuttal to a 2019 article on HIPAA.
Enough with the acronyms – physicians and patients need more honest stories
Through storytelling we can create empathy and earn trust.
Healing the healer: The Physician Support Line
Launching in 2020, the Physician Support Line is available to medical students, resident/ fellows, attending physicians, and retired physicians.
Four common compliance mistakes doctors make (and how to prevent them)
Regulators have better things to do than come after small practices, right? Wrong.
How I rediscovered what it means to be a physician
One week in the Dominican Republic gave me a renewed perspective on practicing medicine.
Finally, a model that puts primary care first
Physicians and employers are tired of waiting for the government to fix health care. So they came together and fixed it themselves.
Physicians are at the forefront of minimizing the preventive care gap
Patients from under-resourced populations lack the preventive health screenings and early interventions that can reduce the risk of illness or disability.
The Match reminds us of the importance of a strong family medicine workforce
Primary care doctors are community health leaders – and we need more of them in more communities.
Match Day 2023 a reminder of the real cause of the physician shortage: not enough residency positions
Let’s take stock on the real issue of why we don’t have enough physicians.
Patients as consumers are changing the health care industry
Investing in customer experience strategies can improve customer satisfaction, raise employee retention and save companies money in the long term. Private practices that do not maintain digital prowess will have unhappy patients and unhappy employees.
How to recognize and help a physician colleague in emotional distress
Although it may be hard for us to admit, physicians face the same types of mental health conditions as our patients.
A simple metaphor to help deal with difficult patients
The right communication strategy can keep you from losing a patient.
Why Richard Nixon’s ghost is haunting CMS
Understanding the cuts to physician reimbursement
The challenge holding back the diabetes prevention program
Hint: It’s an in-person, supply-and-demand thing.
Fixing medical care: The pride of ownership
Restoring the trusted patient-physician relationship.
Four strategies to alleviate health care staff burdens amid labor shortages
Technology can support processes for relief in a tight labor market.
Addressing differences in patient engagement across racial and ethnic groups
There are interesting differences in the ways patients of varying ethnicities and races engage with technology.
The state of the business of medicine today
The ‘business of medicine’ sounds like a contradiction of terms.
Preventing physician suicide: Learn, share, prepare and be there for those in need
Physicians Foundation president offers resources, evidence-based actions for leaders.
We need to focus on women's health
In this podcast, we spoke with Lisa Larkin, MD, on the need to focus on women's health in medicine.
Keeping frontline health care workers at the bedside
We all have a role to play.
The growing division within the house of medicine
The Power of data and working together to solve health crisis
Healthcare professionals and policy makers must act, as we go from the crisis phase of the pandemic, to managing an ongoing public health risk.
To protect patient access to care, Medicare must up its reimbursement rates
There's one sector of the economy where prices are growing much more slowly: health care.
Remote patient monitoring needs clinical intervention to ensure success
As any competent clinician will tell you, having data is only one part of the equation. A clinician must also be able to intervene efficiently and effectively.
The prices are coming! A health care price transparency revolution is at hand
Has health care price transparency actually arrived?
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