Topic: Physician Shortage
Federal prosecutors have sent letters warning more than 180 Wisconsin providers about their opioid prescribing levels.
A group spearheaded by healthcare and business leaders in California has a plan to address the state's doctor shortage, plus more healthcare news.
In the final American Osteopathic Association match, 56% of new osteopathic physicians were placed into primary care residencies.
Being a physician, mother and additional caregiver takes a mental health toll and increases burnout, according to a new study.
A new federal program will give $75,000 in loan repayment funds to doctors who offer opioid addiction assistance in underserved areas of the US.
While doctors have been urged to avoid prescribing opioids together with benzodiazepines whenever possible, a study says the practice has increased.
Obesity and drug-related deaths are getting worse, but stats that can predict the nation's health years from now, while not perfect, are improving.
There’s a big demand for both physicians and nurse practitioners, and it's driving up compensation, according to a new study.
A new study found that 16.6% of all healthcare professionals in the U.S. in 2016 were not born in the U.S. and almost 5% are not citizens.
Since its launch more than a year and a half ago, 3,426 doctors have been issued medical licenses to practice in other states though a compact.