Topic: Physician Engagement
To protect patients, a group of surgical department chairs recommends mandatory cognitive and physical testing of surgeons by age 65.
A new report found patients at hospitals with a "C" grade or below had an 88% higher risk of avoidable death.
HHS is launching a new study testing whether an integrated, community-based approach can help turn the tide on the opioid crisis in the U.S.
The American Medical Association is teaming up with Sling Health to give startup entrepreneurs access to physicians' perspectives on where technology can be applied to fix real-world clinical problems.
Electronic health record dissatisfaction is one of the biggest drivers of physician burnout.
UCSF providers and employers are raising concerns about an affiliation with Catholic health system Dignity Health and other healthcare headlines.
There is a common misconception in the healthcare industry that key decisions are driven exclusively by leadership teams.
Despite headlines to the contrary, a new survey found that doctors are generally happy in both their lives and their careers.
After climbing for the last six years, a new survey reports the first drop—however modest—in the number of physicians who report symptoms of burnout.
A recent survey shows payers migrating toward a value-based reimbursement model, but clear discrepancies exist among adoption rates.