Topic: Physician Engagement
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.
Tryon Medical Partners, which sued Atrium Health to set up an independent practice, has opened a $2.8 million gastrointestinal surgery center.
Patients were given either an educational binder or antiseptic for their hygiene.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) offered some changes to its 2019 recommended adult immunization schedule.
Federal regulations require a great deal of physicians’ time—not to mention the looming penalties they could face if they fall short.
Being a physician, mother and additional caregiver takes a mental health toll and increases burnout, according to a new study.
Seven years ago, Joe Kiani founded the Patient Safety Movement Foundation with an audacious goal: Get to zero preventable patient deaths by 2020.
Victims of firearm injuries offer emergency departments an opportunity to provide interventions that could prevent similar incidents in the future.