Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
The University of Kansas School of Medicine - Salina is dedicated to producing rural doctors. Its graduates don’t always choose that path.
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.
One in five surgeons plan to retire early because of the physical toll of their work, a new survey reveals.
Physician groups slammed a court ruling that overturns CMS' site-neutral payments rule for clinic visits.
In a huge win for hospitals, a federal judge has tossed the Trump administration's rule instituting site-neutral payments.
Hospitals and insurers are signaling a major fight with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services over its price transparency proposal
There’s more medical school students, but there’s still a big obstacle to solving a predicted physician shortage: not enough residency slots.
Medical specialists are in increasing demand, and their salaries reflect that fact, according to a new report.
Despite the need for more primary care doctors, graduates of U.S. medical schools are becoming less likely to choose to specialize in that field.
Overall care costs were similar or lower at teaching hospitals versus non-teaching hospitals for Medicare beneficiaries undergoing common procedures.