Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
Some providers are launching internal development and career pathway programs to train employees to fill workforce gaps.
Physician groups say they hope to work with CMS on a new E/M coding and payment structure to ensure doctors are fairly paid.
HHS is planning an about-face on the long-delayed rule that would set price ceilings and monetary penalties in the 340B program.
Anti-kickback statutes stand in the way of growing participation in value-based models, hospitals warn.
Some say Republicans' tough stance on immigration could make it harder for rural areas that depend on foreign-born doctors to relieve shortages.
Primary care is in high demand, but the ongoing physician shortage leaves access gaps. One solution? Harness the skills of nurse practitioners.
AMA, AHIP and several prominent physician groups say ACOs need more time to take on risk.
As part of its ongoing efforts to protect the 340B program, the AHA unveiled a set of “stewardship principles” to boost transparency.
It's time to take a close look at data to better plan for the U.S. system for training future physicians, says one medical school dean.
Some of the country’s biggest names in healthcare are joining forces to improve diagnostics.