Topic: Physician Satisfaction
To make its documentation system smarter, Hawaii Pacific Health hospitals decided to enlist front-line staff in a battle against “stupid stuff.”
The American Academy of Pediatrics on Monday took its strongest stand yet against spanking children, plus other physician practice news.
A new survey of doctors found that healthcare plans are increasingly overriding the treatment decisions they make for their patients.
Building on its efforts to transform medical schools, the American Medical Association is now turning its eye—and its funding—to residency training.
Pediatric practices are working to come up with solutions to ensure their patients have access to the behavioral healthcare they need.
Penn Medicine's efforts will zero in on finding opportunities for middleware to bring EHRs closer to clinicians.
Today’s patients have greater expectations of what their doctors should be talking about during office visits, according to a new survey.
Kevin Pho, M.D.—best known as “KevinMD" on social media—shared his advice on how to harness social media to help transform healthcare.
If you think independent physician practices are going the way of the dinosaur, you’d be wrong, according to one group of doctors.
Asking for the specific details allow doctors to earn the trust of their patients and see them as people, says a physician.