Topic: Physician Engagement
WebMD announces its agreement to acquire Aptus Health and expand its outreach to clinicians at the point of care.
One in five surgeons plan to retire early because of the physical toll of their work, a new survey reveals.
U.S. physicians are increasingly too busy to see pharmaceutical reps, a new report found.
In Marty Makary's latest book, the surgeon hits every segment of the market as he explains what's driving U.S. healthcare costs to skyrocket.
Following two mass shootings, seven leading medical organizations have said "enough" and called for action to prevent gun violence.
Burnout rates among doctors are high, but nowhere more so than among primary care physicians, according to a new study.
To successfully transition to value-based contracts, health systems must include physician engagement and autonomy.
Some medical schools have already started reevaluating their curriculum. However, an educational intervention should happen sooner.
To help primary care and family medicine physicians provide care to transgender patients, the American College of Physicians published a new guide.
Surgeons whose co-workers have reported unprofessional behavior have a higher risk of postoperative complications for their patients.