Lawyers and doctors once again find themselves on opposite sides of a bill aimed at limiting damages for medical liability.
Effective healthcare leaders are constantly evolving their approach to leadership, molding their style and learning on the job.
There’s still a gap when it comes to male and female physician salaries, according to a new survey.
A new study suggests patients in serious psychological distress face barriers to receiving the appropriate amount of care in the U.S. healthcare system.
Afraid conflict of interest could lead to fraud, a Medicare commission considers tighter rules to govern doctor-owned companies distributing medical products.
While the Joint Commission currently bans doctors from using text messages to order treatments, there’s no such restriction on patients and doctors texting.
Patients generate more health-related data from wearable technology all the time—but that doesn’t always mean doctors can use it.
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order today that will overhaul a visa program that allows thousands of foreign doctors to work in the U.S.
While house calls by primary care physicians provide many benefits, they have also come under scrutiny by the Office of Inspector General in 2017.
Physicians should be aware of common contract loopholes to save themselves potential trouble down the road if an opportunity ends up being too good to be true.