National licensure of nurses, physicians and other healthcare professionals is an idea whose time has come, but it’s coming pretty slowly.
As providers push forward on quality improvement initiatives, a key part of making those changes stick is emphasizing the human component.
Among all those serious studies in medical journals, the BMJ tackled a lighter topic: golf habits among physicians. So who plays the best game?
A new study finds “insidious, persistent and sometimes blatant” discrimination experienced by physicians who are mothers.
Addressing the social determinants of health will require providers to get at the “causes of the causes,” according to Don Berwick.
The majority of physicians now support medical aid-in-dying for the terminally ill, but patients are still far more likely to approve of the practice.
Pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha, M.D., knows a thing or two about being told to stay in her lane.
Athenahealth's $5.7 billion private equity takeover has consumers unsure about the future and the company's ability to provide support.
The Michigan-based health system also announced his planned successor.
ACOs have saved Medicare $2.7 billion, according to an analysis commissioned by NAACOS. CMS estimates pegged savings at $1.6 billion.