Topic: Physician Practice
Doctors may have heard a lot about MACRA, but not so much about new patient relationship categories and codes.
Among all those serious studies in medical journals, the BMJ tackled a lighter topic: golf habits among physicians. So who plays the best game?
A new study finds “insidious, persistent and sometimes blatant” discrimination experienced by physicians who are mothers.
The majority of physicians now support medical aid-in-dying for the terminally ill, but patients are still far more likely to approve of the practice.
Wait times are long in Canada under a single-payer system, raising debate about whether they would translate to the U.S. under Medicare-for-all.
The Medical Group Management Association says the process to set electronic transaction standards between providers and health plans is "broken."
A doctor has agreed to pay $3 million to settle claims from improperly billing Medicaid and Medicare programs.
Leading medical figures have failed to report financial relationships when their studies are published in journals, according to an investigation.
There’s a big demand for both physicians and nurse practitioners, and it's driving up compensation, according to a new study.
A lot of patients aren’t completely honest with their doctor and withhold medically relevant information from clinicians, according to a new study.