Topic: Physician Compensation
Orthopedic doctors continue to top the list of highest paid physician specialists.
The gender pay gap narrowed last year, but overall, physician wages—which had been on a steady increase—plateaued for the first time since 2016.
With National Doctors’ Day coming up this week, a new report finds that Montana is the best state in the country for physicians to practice.
Ask any health system administrator what’s giving them work-related heartburn, and most will mention their struggles to hire and retain the best clinical staff.
Skeptics say they will wait and see whether the move by medical schools to offer free tuition will increase the number of primary care doctors.
There’s a direct link between the number of primary care doctors and an increase in life expectancy, according to a new study.
While CMS has embraced value-based reimbursement, the country’s health insurance companies are still far from widespread adoption, a new survey found.
Farzad Mostashari, M.D., runs Aledade, the company he co-founded in 2014 to help independent physician practices transition to value-based models.
Medicare reimbursement isn’t cutting it for many physician practices, with a shortfall expected by 67%.
While researchers didn't find a significant correlation between marketing and opioid overdoses, they suggested it could nevertheless have an effect.