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
Healthcare trends for 2020
The pace of change is accelerating in ways that we haven’t seen before. Here's some predictions for what’s coming our way.
How nonprofit hospitals get away with the biggest rip off in America
The term “nonprofit” hides what’s really going on.
2019 Physician Writing Contest: Back to basics
An honorable mention in the 2019 contest.
2019 Physician Writing Contest: Caring along life’s journey
An honorable mention in this year's contest.
Corporate-heavy Health IT committee needs voice of independent doctors
2019 Physician Writing Contest: Learning how to listen
This year's third-place finisher.
2019 Physician Writing Contest: The hope of living better
The second-place entry in this year's Physician Writing Contest
2019 Physician Writing Contest Winner: The patient who lowered my shield
The first place winner for the physician writing contest.
Consumers are confused about healthcare: Here’s how physicians can help
Physicians and other providers can improve the situation by ensuring effective patient relations
Income share agreements: A solution to medical school debt?
How this model can create value for medical students
Will new payment models relieve physician burnout?
New reimbursement models can drive investment in primary care-and counter physician burnout
Entertaining patient wait times
How to make patient wait time more tolerable.
Why a physician may be the best choice to lead an ailing organization
Three reasons why physicians are uniquely qualified to lead all types of healthcare organization to success
Inefficient financial services processes are sucking hospitals dry
How can hospitals optimize the administrative arm of the hospital in order to cut costs and improve cash flow?
Why I chose concierge medicine
How concierge medicine helped me provide better care to my patients
Want better outcomes? Improve patient communication
There are communication breakdowns happening throughout the entire continuum of care. Is technology the solution?
HIPAA: At what cost?
Medicine needs to learn from Amazon that privacy has a price
A remedy for burnout: It’s time to listen
Is direct primary care a solution to physician burnout?
Time to retire the "patient consumer"
Treating patients as consumers changes the doctor-patient relationship in ways that could harm care.
EHRs should be a tool, not a task
We must commit to enhancing EHRs to make them more usable for physicians
How genomic insights combat physician burnout
A growing number of organizations are adopting tools to bring the advances of genomic science into the physicians’ workflow, and early evidence shows its helping.
Within the healthcare industry, even high wage-earners are often financially fragile
Being a doctor doesn’t guarantee you financial security
How mobile tech is transforming healthcare
There are countless examples of technology changing the way doctors, nurses, and patients operate.
Why patient experience matters in healthcare collections
As out-of-pocket costs and patient liabilities rise, medical practices struggle to get paid for their services.
Blockchain: A tool with a future in healthcare
There are three areas where blockchain can be effectively applied in healthcare.
Medical Economics cartoon: Are your costs too transparent?
Price transparency is one thing, but this is ridiculous.
Transparency foes work to cloud Trump’s executive order
Real transparency is the single, first, and most important step toward bringing down healthcare costs and creating a competitive marketplace.
Your voice: Dealing with the death of a patient
Readers react to recent articles.
The challenges of being a female doctor
There is a crisis in healthcare with respect to how its female physicians-the fastest growing and most prized talent pool-are being treated.
Mental mayhem: The peril of multitasking in medicine
Why the multitasking demanded in our work is likely an under-appreciated, but substantive factor in physician burnout
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