Topic: Physician Compensation
As much as they dislike aspects of MIPS, two major physician groups disagree with a vote by MedPAC yesterday to replace the Medicare payment system.
Year two of the new Medicare payment system has pros and cons for physician practices, says AMA President David O. Barbe, M.D.
After hearing arguments Thursday, a judge is weighing whether two elite universities had an agreement not to compete for medical faculty members.
A federal antitrust lawsuit brought by a doctor who alleges that two institutions had a noncompete agreement that cost her a job will head to court.
If 2017 was tumultuous, the year ahead may be one of adjustment to all that change for physician practices.
Despite the move to value-based payment, fee-for-service payments are still the primary source of physician practice revenue.
From a new physician payment system to political battles in Washington, 2017 was a year of upheaval for doctors.
For the first time, the overall incoming class among U.S. medical students in 2017 contains more women than men.
Doctors looking to find the best job market for their skills should head to Boston or go into geriatrics, according to a new report.
The American College of Physicians has called for pay equity for all physicians regardless of gender, race and other characteristics.