Topic: Physician Shortage
Atrium Health has teamed with Levine Children’s Hospital to implement school-based virtual clinics at two North Carolina elementary schools.
Once a leader in the gig economy that thrives today, the healthcare industry has fallen behind when it comes to the freelance job market.
There’s more medical school students, but there’s still a big obstacle to solving a predicted physician shortage: not enough residency slots.
Twenty-seven healthcare organizations will receive federal money to set up new residency programs to train more doctors to work in rural areas.
One FierceHealthcare writer's struggle with the lack of communication within the U.S. healthcare system.
Some medical schools have already started reevaluating their curriculum. However, an educational intervention should happen sooner.
Medical specialists are in increasing demand, and their salaries reflect that fact, according to a new report.
Despite the need for more primary care doctors, graduates of U.S. medical schools are becoming less likely to choose to specialize in that field.
Kalispell Regional Healthcare, a regional health system in western Montana, has announced the opening of its first pediatric hospital.
Telehealth is increasingly playing a vital role in removing the delineation between in-person and virtual healthcare, even in the most critical of settings.