Topic: Hospital-Employed Physicians
Despite trends in industry consolidation, conflicts—including those over employment contracts—have pushed a number of doctors to leave their hospitals.
Where doctors would prefer to work and where the jobs actually are appear to be at odds, according to a new survey.
A new study challenges the idea that hospitals are "gobbling up" physician practices.
An Alabama jury acquitted a physician accused of prescribing drugs that killed a patient and more physician practice news.
More than 1,000 independent oncology clinics have either closed or been acquired by hospitals in the last decade.
Physicians are still getting a lot of their pay based on personal productivity, according to an analysis from the AMA.
Sharing services may be one way that small physician practices can keep from going the way of the dinosaur.
As more and more hospitals buy up physician practices, the number of employed physicians is also on the rise.
There’s been no slowdown in the trend toward physician employment, according to new data.
Primary care doctors topped the list of most-in-demand physicians in 2017, according to recruiting company The Medicus Firm.