A new report shows a serious lack of new antibiotics under development to combat the growing threat of deadly, drug-resistant superbugs.
Add doctors and nurses to the growing list of providers opposed to the Graham-Cassidy bill in the U.S. Senate, the latest effort to repeal the ACA.
Allowing vendors and providers to charge fees for managing health data will prompt a larger investment in interoperability, Niam Yaraghi says.
Technical upgrades and clearer policies surrounding overpayment recoupment could lead to wider adoption of electronic payment processing.
A new state law prohibits New York providers from charging a fee for medical records to low-income disabled residents applying for state benefits.
For physicians who don’t think of themselves as born leaders, there’s opportunity to develop those skills.
While the country shifts to value-based care, a national survey found many doctors would actually prefer being paid a salary.
More VA employees are eager to blow the whistle on subpar care at facilities operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Amid rising demand for new doctors, 50% of 935 final-year medical residents said they received 100 or more recruiting offers during training.
The public health impacts of Hurricane Irma have required a coordinated response among the medical community at both the federal and local levels.