Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
Both doctors and blue chip athletes are in high demand and are being heavily recruited.
Cuts to the reimbursement rate under the 340B drug program by HHS were unlawful, a U.S. district judge for the District Court of D.C. has ruled.
Doctors worry that a new admissions policy forced on Texas Tech’s medical school by the Trump administration is a step back in physician diversity.
The country will see a shortage of up to 122,000 physicians by 2032, according to a report from the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Electronic health record dissatisfaction is one of the biggest drivers of physician burnout.
Healthcare organizations—and two Republican attorneys general—are calling on the courts to protect the Affordable Care Act.
A Michigan medical practice will close it doors April 30 after hackers deleted all of its patient records when doctors refused to pay a ransom.
The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) launched an online tool that 340B hospitals can use to see what companies can charge for drugs.
A collection of major hospital groups indicated they want a hand in shaping the conversation around "surprise billing."
Federal prosecutors have sent letters warning more than 180 Wisconsin providers about their opioid prescribing levels.