New data on physician compensation methods show that many physicians in non-solo practice settings are paid through a blend of methods, and salary was reported as the most common type of compensation.
Renowned diagnostician Gurpreet Dhaliwal, MD, says physicians can learn valuable lessons from Click and Clack, longtime hosts of the popular Car Talk radio program.
A select group of faculty members of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University are embarking on a year-long professional development program designed to develop skills for implementing new practice design and new curricula for today’s environment of team-based care.
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With a population of roughly 600,000, Washington, D.C., receives about $173 per person in Medicare GME payments, while Wyoming receives $2.91 per person, despite a similar population size.
We physicians are part of so many powerful stories: Stories of injuries healed, cancers overcome and chronic conditions brought under control. But there’s another story happening behind the scenes of clinical care that others need to hear.
A federal appeals court is hearing arguments Tuesday about whether an injunction preventing massive terminations of physicians from UnitedHealthcare's Medicare Advantage plan should remain in effect.
In advance of eliminating the availability of prescription combination drugs that contain more than 325 milligrams of acetaminophen per dosage unit, the FDA recommended that physicians stop prescribing medications that exceed this limit.
A new comparison of the three versions of legislation to repeal Medicare's failed SGR formula reveals how each bill would impact laws in place today and how the proposals compare to one another.
The AMA has three ethical opinions that emphasize the need for independence, transparency and accountability in continuing medical education (CME).
Recent boosts still will fall short of increasing the primary care workforce to the overall 40 percent level recommended by GME policy experts.