Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
Specialists continue to draw bigger paychecks than primary care physicians, with orthopedic salaries at the top of the list, according to a survey.
A federal judge has sided with hospitals in the ongoing battle over cuts to 340B drug discount payments.
There’s a big demand for both physicians and nurse practitioners, and it's driving up compensation, according to a new study.
Almost 10 years after new accreditation requirements were put in place, there are more women, black and Hispanic students studying in U.S. med schools.
In a suit filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the AHA and the AAMC said a site-neutral payment rule would lead to problems.
HHS has finalized plans to roll out the final rule for the 340B drug discount program, which would set price ceilings and monetary penalties.
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.