Keyword: New England Journal of Medicine
In the New England Journal of Medicine, a Harvard Medical student said he's learned physician burnout is more complicated than stress from overwork.
Healthcare regulators and insurers have long attached a high value to hospital readmission rates as an indicator of hospital quality.
The CMS' innovation center isn't living up to what lawmakers originally envisioned, according to three researchers.
Congress needs to end a longtime cap on funds choking the number of medical residencies, plus more physician practice news from around the web.
The Medicare agency has moved to expand coverage of MRIs to patients with an implanted cardiac device, without "evidence-based" restrictions.
Physician burnout may grab headlines, but a new survey from NEJM Catalyst shows its impact extends to all clinicians and even executives.
Price transparency tools haven’t gained much real-world traction. A group of Harvard Medical School researchers took a look at why.
An NEJM Catalyst op-ed suggests the ethical and professional basis for maintaining fee-for-service payment methodologies has all but disappeared.
The Mayo Clinic says it has an answer for healthcare organizations that want to help their physicians become effective leaders and solve problems.
A new study found that limiting shift hours for medical residents improved their satisfaction without affecting educational outcomes.