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The New Jersey attorney general has fined a medical group $418,000 for HIPAA violations, and more physician practice news from around the web.
Just as the airline industry creates a “manageable cockpit” to keep pilots from being overwhelmed, it’s time the healthcare industry protects doctors.
Lyft's new deal with Allscripts will compete with Uber’s recent foray into provider-requested ride hailing.
Uber’s latest attempt to crack the healthcare market comes in the form of a HIPAA-compliant dashboard to set up patient rides.
Ten doctors were charged with overprescribing pain pills from W.V. clinics and more physician practice news.
A new study found free rides didn’t keep patients from missing doctor appointments at primary care practices.
A program in Maryland to cut healthcare spending while improving outcomes, didn't achieve all its goals.
Experience matters when it comes to hospitalists and patient outcomes—at least during that critical first year of practice.
Patient satisfaction levels drop when doctors deny patient requests for specialists, laboratory tests or certain medications, according to a new study.
When Medicaid pays doctors less money for the care they provide, new patients have limited access to primary care appointments, a new study found.