The one-on-one approach is no longer sufficient. Population-health management concepts are being integrated into medical education in innovative ways.
Pay cuts based on flawed process start at 10% in 2018, with compounding decreases expected to significantly hinder patients' access to testing.
State Supreme Court reverses appellate decision, rejects legal maneuver that would allow hospitals to be sued over doctor-credentialing decisions.
Dhruv Khullar, MD, MPP, derives his inspiration from his patients and hopes medicine will continue to maintain focus on patient-centered care.
Doctors led fight against opioid epidemic by battling stigma and advocating for more resources, more treatment options and better access to pain care.
In a first-of-its-kind survey, physicians say there are plenty of hackers and too little useful help in understanding complex HIPAA cybersecurity requirements.
To meet the 2017 reporting deadline, physicians must report on at least one patient and one measure by Dec. 31 and submit to Medicare no later than Feb. 28 to avoid a payment penalty in 2019.
Better communication can help physicians, clinics and hospitals improve patient care while making practice less stressful and more efficient.
The most valuable advice on medical specialty choice comes from those in practice. These are 2017's top entries in our “Shadow Me” Specialty Series.
The AMA took a leading role in the year-plus fight against two health insurance mega-mergers. The effort paid off with courtroom victories in 2017.