Treating patients with multiple chronic conditions requires clinicians to move away from disease-focused metrics and toward patient-centric ones.

Big-name healthcare organizations say the change would allow interested providers more time to account for complex changes. 

While researchers didn't find a significant correlation between marketing and opioid overdoses, they suggested it could nevertheless have an effect.

In order to grapple with spending increases, the U.S. healthcare industry is transforming the way physicians are compensated.

Lawsuits have been filed in the case of an Ohio doctor who allegedly gave potentially fatal doses of a painkiller to 27 patients in the Mount Carmel Health…

Doctors aren't going to like the solution to burdens from EHRs.

If healthcare organizations aren’t taking steps to tackle physician burnout, they should be, said Marjorie Bessel, M.D., chief clinical officer at Banner…

Physicians and physician groups that hope to get approval for new physician-focused payment models will want to keep some new guidance in mind.