Topic: Physician Satisfaction
Ten doctors were charged with overprescribing pain pills from W.V. clinics and more physician practice news.
While medical schools and healthcare institutions have long valued IQ, it also takes EQ to ensure an excellent, caring doctor.
The Joint Commission issued a new advisory to help healthcare organizations support workers involved in adverse events.
Regulatory changes and technology investment demands will drive practice M&A, Jeff B. Swearingen tells FierceHealthcare.
Mergers and acquisitions can present steep challenges for healthcare organizations. But good leaders can take steps to ease the transition.
Fostering collaboration between doctors and hospitals is the reason behind the American Hospital Association’s launch of its new Physician Alliance.
Atrius Health, which provides care in greater Boston, implemented empathy forums for its practice employees.
Opioid prescribing and telemedicine are the two top regulatory issues cited by state medical boards.
Instead of ignoring patient discrimination against doctors, more hospitals have adopted guidelines to address the issue.
Calling it the "most pressing priority" for family physicians, the AAFP has adopted a host of principles aimed at reducing administrative burden.