Business of Medicine
U.S. Supreme Court Justices heard oral arguments Dec. 10 in a case that centers on whether the federal government owes insurers billions based on...
When Melissa Gonzalez excitedly tweeted that she had been accepted to medical school earlier this year, she had no idea the tweet would draw...
Managing Your Practice
A major issue with PTO is the possibility that employees will resist staying home when they are actually sick.
Over 1 million plans were selected on the insurance exchanges during Dec. 1-7, but history suggests this week will be much busier.
CHICAGO – “The very great privilege of our profession ... is that we are privileged to examine [patients’] bodies, and to touch,” said Dr....
A bipartisan bill would protect patients from surprise medical bills related to emergency care. But the proposed solution is not a good one,...
News from the FDA/CDC
Americans aged 18-64 years were more likely to see or talk with a provider in 2017-2018 than they were in 2012-2013.
More states are enacting laws that require private plans to cover telehealth services, but fair payment remains a challenge for providers, a new...
WASHINGTON – Over 30 million people in the United States lacked health insurance in 2018.
Plan selections were down by 28% for the holiday week, compared with the week before.
From the Journals
New research puts a more standard, quantifiable measure to the relationship between EHR usability and burnout.