Topic: Physician Satisfaction
With National Doctors’ Day coming up this week, a new report finds that Montana is the best state in the country for physicians to practice.
In an increasingly competitive environment, the healthcare system needs to evolve to better meet the needs of communities.
Despite headlines to the contrary, a new survey found that doctors are generally happy in both their lives and their careers.
The much-anticipated Match Day for 2019 has come and gone for the country’s medical students. What's next?
To prioritize patient safety, healthcare providers should focus on ensuring that information in electronic health records is accurate and complete.
The White House is calling for a significant cut in funding to the Department of Health and Human Services in 2020.
Daniel Dahle, M.D., the Bieber, California, doctor who was named the 2019 Country Doctor of the Year, fits the bill.
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.
Tryon Medical Partners, which sued Atrium Health to set up an independent practice, has opened a $2.8 million gastrointestinal surgery center.
Federal regulations require a great deal of physicians’ time—not to mention the looming penalties they could face if they fall short.