September 27th 2023
Payers and providers must build trust among their patient bases to gain access to more quality data. But trust isn’t built overnight.
September 26th 2023
New survey shows significant increase in burnout symptoms just since 2021
September 18th 2023
Medicare data confirms trend of NPs and PAs treating patients as primary care physicians are in short supply.
September 14th 2023
Physicians Foundation announces survey results as Dr. Lorna Breen Foundation works to expand mental health care access.
August 30th 2023
Measuring engagement is key to meaningful change when workers are straining but loyal, and want to build a culture of excellence.
Primary care is the focus for national plan to expand nursing workforce
Advanced practice nurses are part of HHS investing $100 million in education.
Primary care in a ‘crunch’ due to pressures from revenues and expenses
MGMA report details trends that put a strain on physician-owned practices.
EHR, prescriptions, values all contributed to physician burnout during COVID-19 pandemic
Survey results suggest more support for physicians would help.
America’s physicians are getting older, osteopathic, and online, according to Federation of State Medical Boards
FSMB’s latest census shows women are also a larger part of the physician workforce.
Number of doctors in private practice continues to slide
Frustrations with reimbursements, administrative burden drive migration to hospital employment
Scribes can provide numerous benefits to medical practices
Scribe use increases revenue while reducing provider burnout, studies show
How an administrative partner can help your practice thrive
How one medical practice is growing and expanding with the help of a third-party vendor.
How physicians can learn to say no
How physicians can stop saying yes when you really want to say no.
The benefits of providing culturally competent care
Being sensitive to the needs of patients from diverse backgrounds produces better health outcomes
Nurses face widespread bias, study finds
Patients are the biggest offenders, but many also encounter racism from colleagues and supervisors
Employers use various tactics to find and keep health care staff
AMGA survey lists responses to a job market that remains a challenge in 2023.
Five months into 2023, staffing remains a challenge for health care
Some staffing problems stabilize with financial incentives, and technology helps, but AMGA report shows predictions for this year hold true.
Eight ways to foster employee loyalty at your medical practice
A medical practice known for having loyal and committed healthcare workers tends to develop a positive reputation.
Fostering employee loyalty: Strategies for successful medical practice management
Creating a culture of employee loyalty and commitment is one of the most important contributors to successful medical practice management.
Assistant physicians could relieve shortage of health care around nation, supporters say
Medical students, foreign-trained doctors who don’t match into residencies could be licensed to treat patients while gaining skills.
HIMSS23: Creating an engaged workforce
How to keep employees from leaving your practice
Digital automation: A must for PCPs to win
Online options are convenient for patients and even can lead to better in-person care.
Emergency departments are practicing bad medicine at patients’ expense
The strategy of replacing physicians with NPs and PAs leads to worse outcomes, higher utilization costs
National scorecard gives low marks to U.S. support for primary care
It’s crucial for patient health and it needs help across the nation.
The 10 states with the highest rates of private employees enrolled in high-deductible health plans
HDHP continue to grow in popularity with employers.
Burnout, frustration levels continue to grow among physicians
Doctors cite more support staff, reduced patient panels among solutions
Physicians must deal effectively with difficult employees
Managing problems without delay is crucial; otherwise, the practice may suffer.
Remote work options increase, but telehealth is down in 2022
AMGA publishes data on medical group management processes.
Addressing the labor shortage crisis by improving the employee experience
There’s no single solution, but physicians, nurses, and managers all have roles in recruiting and retaining employees.
Feds announce investigation of 7,600 phony nursing diplomas sold from 3 schools
Probe announced as staffing storages are predicted among top concerns in health care this year.
COVID-19 pandemic hurt hospital care for non-COVID patients
Study examines mortality rates as admissions surged in 2020.
New survey: Healthcare workers don't like their jobs
A Qualtrics survey found healthcare workers have a wide number of frustrations, and nearly 4 in 10 said they are considering finding other jobs.
National Academy of Medicine: 2023 must become year of action against burnout
President speaks on need for systemic changes that will make a difference for physicians in the workplace.
Health care sector among those posting job gains in December
President praises gains, touts insulin price cap for seniors as part of economic plan.
FTC moves to ban noncompete agreements in work contracts
Clauses are part of physician employment agreements and some states already regulate them.
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