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Some say Republicans' tough stance on immigration could make it harder for rural areas that depend on foreign-born doctors to relieve shortages.
Complaints about sky-high bills to patients for air ambulance services are common.
Without clarity over how payers will reimburse telehealth services, only wealthy patients are using them.
A survey found few doctors talk to patients about issues such as drug overdose, suicide and traffic accidents—some of the leading causes of death.
Malpractice damage caps influence doctors’ decisions, plus more physician practice news from around the web.
A practice administrator faces charges alleging he embezzled more than $3 million, plus more physician practice news from around the web.
Hospitals across the country are embarking on construction projects to expand and enhance their facilities.
A new poll shows more Americans are afraid of paying for their healthcare than becoming seriously ill.
Oregon Health & Science University will require aspiring doctors to pass a tough new test in compassionate communication.
A new study from Rice University suggests retraining staff could cut patient mortality by 13%.