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Michael O'Connell of Stanford Health Care interviewed medical practices about what they have done to save money. Here are 30 of the best ideas.
Congress is expected to expand the Sunshine Act and require drug companies and medical device manufacturers to disclose payments to more clinicians.
Stanford Medicine hired Tait Shanafelt, M.D., as chief wellness officer last year, not so much for the well-being of the patients—but of the physicians.
Health leaders are calling on CMS to expand reimbursement for remote monitoring services, plus more physician practice news from around the web.
Health systems that have rolled out precision medicine programs have had to tackle many challenge before seeing the efforts pay off.
It’s not just students taking a public stand on gun violence. Doctors have added their voices to the debate over gun control.
Johns Hopkins will no longer have its first-year residents wear short coats, plus more healthcare headlines.
More than two dozen organizations have put patient records on the iPhone as part of an effort that is expected to expand.
Hospitals and medical practices have urged patients to sign up for portals, which allow them rapid, round-the-clock access to their records.
Steward Health Care System is expanding its overseas presence, following a trend that involves some of the largest providers in the U.S.