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.
August 15th 2023
Advanced practice practitioners, retailers, telehealth are replacing doctor-patient relationship
Is there actually an underinsurance crisis?
Many Americans do lack access to affordable coverage, but that's largely a function of government over-regulation.
It is time to rethink hospital-physician relationships
Several trends have disrupted the traditional model of physician-owned practices
The humorous side of being a physician
Can you relate to any of these situations?
Physicians, don’t lead alone: Teamwork and forward-thinking imperative during pandemic
Contrary to what some believe, leaders shouldn’t go at crisis management alone
Six ways for women physicians to close the gender pay gap
Here’s the good news: this is one type of gender pay difference that is easy to fix
How Accountable Care Organizations Can Survive the Next Healthcare Crisis
Challenges faced by ACOs during the pandemic have been especially acute
Does board certification really matter?
If certification process is reformed in response to physician concerns, I’ll be the first to get in line to recertify
Funding community efforts to address social determinants of health
Now, more than ever, health care organizations need to develop sustainable partnerships within their communities
Taming the wild telehealth frontier
Successful implementation and integration of these technologies will be critical for practices to realize their true benefit
Lawmakers make it difficult for physicians to practice medicine
Why won’t they make physicians’ jobs easier?
Q&A: Former Ginsburg clerk discusses her healthcare legacy
As the nation mourns the loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, what will be her healthcare legacy?
Battling COVID-19 with ‘digital vaccines’
An explainer on digital therapeutics and their relevance to ending the pandemic.
Will telemedicine create perfect competition?
Will telemedicine upend the economics of health care?
Health Education Week 2020: Opportunities and Advancements in Obesity Medicine
The week is an opportunity for physicians to empower themselves to meet the challenges of treating obesity
COVID-19 Shines Light on How Healthcare Is Leaving At-risk Populations Behind
While we take stock of successes and failures, we are once again reminded that the US healthcare system isn’t built for everyone.
The ethics of reopening amidst COVID-19
We have seen enormous tension across the country when it comes to two important goals: protecting population health, and protecting economic health.
Baseball season’s looming strikeout shows importance of following COVID-19 safety guidelines
It’s likely that this baseball season will end up more off-course than Dr. Fauci’s Opening Day first pitch.
Will lack of reimbursement end the rise of telemedicine?
Will telehealth’s proven success through the pandemic be enough to engrain it into the system?
What will happen to telehealth post-COVID?
Patient demand will play a huge role in determining how common the technology becomes.
Is the explosion of telehealth good for both providers and patients?
Continuity of health is a major benefit that helps maintain the doctor-patient relationship.
The long-term benefits of investing in short-term relationships
Kurt Stange, MD, says that establishing even brief relationships with patients has a “pay it forward” effect that will benefit patients, and health care generally, in the future.
It’s not too soon to learn lessons from COVID-19 pandemic
Here are four critical communications strategies to help deal more effectively with the next crisis.
July is the time to show support for our newest colleagues
You're not the only one who's feeling a bit stressed.
Why long-term relationships with patients have become less common
Kurt Stange, MD, says patients changing health insurance when they change jobs, along with physician mobility and changes in technology have combined to make long-term relationships less frequent.
5 Care Transition Takeaways From COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic has also revealed valuable lessons to help us navigate these turbulent times.
Is there anything an individual doctor can do to make sure his or her practice survives post-COVID?
Being adaptable to technology and planning is key.
What effect is all the delayed care by patients due to the pandemic going to have on primary care physicians?
The ultimate effects won’t be known for some time, but a team-based environment will help everyone in the end.
Four new statistics that prove that telemedicine isn’t just a pandemic fad
Why telemedicine will largely dictate the future of healthcare.
What COVID-19 reveals about physician moral injury
COVID-19 hit a healthcare system — and physicians — already in crisis
What’s wrong with how we pay for primary care today?
Misaligned incentives are leading to high costs and poor outcomes.
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