Topic: Physician Practice
Goodrich told attendees at a recent listening session that "2018 is going to be a significant year in terms of regulatory and burden reduction."
Ten doctors were charged with overprescribing pain pills from W.V. clinics and more physician practice news.
The healthcare system needs new ways to educate and train providers, says a former Harvard Medical School dean.
President Trump's budget proposal would give doctors a break from quality reporting under MIPS.
The ‘religious rights’ division of the HHS Office for Civil Rights has received more than 300 complaints from workers.
MGMA's Rober Tennant explains why CMS guidance on virtual credit card reimbursement is so important after the agency drops FAQs from its site.
Six prominent physician groups have called for President Donald Trump and Congress to help end gun violence.
Financial experts are warning practices about the pitfalls of promoting medical credit cards to their patients.
In the middle of the debate over immigration, a new report says fewer foreign doctors are seeking employment in the U.S.
Primary care doctors topped the list of most-in-demand physicians in 2017, according to recruiting company The Medicus Firm.