Keyword: Harvard Medical School
Bias, overt and hidden, remains a barrier that keeps many prospective doctors with disabilities out of the medical field, says Cheri A. Blauwet, M.D.
Savings for MSSP accountable organizations may not be driven by better coordinated care for high-risk patients, according to a new study.
Hospitalized patients fare just as well when treated by locum tenens doctors than the permanent physicians they replace.
New research from Health Affairs finds a fourfold rise in the number of deaths from opioid-related hospitalizations.
Some physician practices are guaranteeing same-day appointments in order to compete with retail clinics on convenience.
Doctors who work for nonacademic, private hospital systems outearn their counterparts in academic settings—some by as much as $123,000.
A Medicare pay-for-performance program may have done more harm than good, researchers say. And that doesn’t bode well for MIPS.
You’ve no doubt heard of OpenNotes, but is the next step OurNotes, where patients actually contribute to their doctors’ notes?
What being old and sick in America can mean—and how older patients can navigate the often treacherous journey through the healthcare system.
Some healthcare industry experts are cautiously optimistic about the Trump administration's new approach to value-based care.