Business of Medicine
But physicians are adapting and still finding joy in treating patients.
Leaders must determine whether mentorship has been used to protect the status quo or move the culture forward, say Dr. Jacqueline Posada and Dr....
The gap in specialists narrowed slightly.
As Nicholas Bagley, a law professor at the University of Michigan who specializes in health issues,“Among...
Reductions felt by proceduralists and surgeons will counterbalance the good fortune of physicians who rely on office visits for the bulk of their...
Dr. Wilkoff offers three strategies to reduce the number of patient call messages.
Industry observers say the drug importation proposal under review by the administration is squarely aimed at Florida – the most populous swing...
More than 50% of adults surveyed in August said they were worried about being able to receive care during the pandemic.
That many patients fervently believe conspiracy theories poses several problems for us.
Some said they were looking for a career change away from medicine.
“This is an interesting hypothesis, for sure, that warrants further study to confirm whether it’s valid.” – Dr. Mark H. Drazner