Part-time employment can afford physicians greater work-life balance and a reprieve from burnout. Here's how to successfully transition.
In a recent study, researchers found that only 3.3 percent of emergency room visits are avoidable. Also, Houston-area hospitals brace for hurricane fallout.
If healthcare team members were paid like sports team members.
Feeling burnout symptoms, physicians nationwide are changing their practice models to subscription-based clinics.
Medical groups should encourage and develop physician leadership skills, so that all physicians are optimally engaged in running the practice.
Looking for ways to increase patient volume at your practice? Scribes, APPs, and medical students are three potential roles to help you out.
For independent practices worried the future means merging or an acquisition, collaboration may be the key to survival.
Once considered elitist, direct primary care practices are gaining ground with physicians and patients alike.
Independent practices are facing an abundance of challenges from external factors. One consultant is looking to help them through case-study learning.
What's the problem with ACOs? Put simply, the model is asking providers to accept too much risk without offering enough potential reward. Editorial Director Bob Keaveney wonders if Medicare will be able to figure out a way to incent providers in a way that actually rewards them.