A U.S. appeals panel reverses a medical privacy victory and fails to dismiss argument that patient, physician privacy concerns are “speculative.”
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that physicians cannot delegate their informed-consent process to qualified staff.
A Congress deeply divided by ACA repeal efforts must unite to eliminate the Independent Payment Advisory Board.
Hospital-based physicians are impacted by a lack of time while office-based doctors experience a lack in quality time with patients, according to a new study.
Easy access to visit notes can improve patient-physician relationships, but practices struggle with finding ways to increase transparency.
The proposed 2018 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule includes a CMS invitation to suggest how agency can reduce physicians’ administrative burdens.