Keyword: American College of Emergency Physicians
In a letter, 111 physician organizations weighed in on surprise billing, urging Congress not to turn more power over to health insurers.
One way women can begin to close the gender pay gap when it comes to salary is by developing better negotiating skills, says Rebecca Parker, M.D.
White patients are more likely to be transported to the closest emergency department than their black or Hispanic counterparts.
A Southern California doctor’s alleged illegal prescribing of opioids and other narcotics appears to have had wide-ranging and tragic consequences.
Emergency rooms are sounding the alarm about the cuts to Medicaid reimbursement and more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Emergency clinicians are often short on time, so Johns Hopkins researchers built an electronic tool aimed at improving efficiency at triage.
Nearly half of emergency department physicians have been assaulted on the job, according to a new report.
Data released by Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., shows a huge spike in ER claims denials following a new policy rolled out by Anthem last year.
The Department of Health and Human Services is considering changes to the Anti-Kickback Statute, plus more physician practice news.
ACEP and the Medical Association of Georgia are asking for a court to put an end to Anthem's new ER policy.