It’s not all about compensation for those fresh out of residency. Here’s what they are looking for.
Healthcare’s transition from volume- to value-based compensation means practices will have to transform the way they deliver care if they are to survive.
Internist and cancer survivor Wendy Harpham, MD, on the role of hope in a patient’s recovery from illness and how physicians help foster this emotion.
Is your speciality in-demand or in decline?
What’s the effect of the growing digital generation on physicians’ practices?
Opinions from our readers.
A new generation of primary care patients, thoroughly digital and used to getting things on its own terms, is on the horizon and promises to bring with it significant changes for practices and clinicians.
This year’s Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference tackled major issues in medicine. Our editorial team was on-site in Las Vegas for this year’s gathering and compiled the following highlights:
Although there’s no cure for osteoarthritis, it’s certainly possible for primary care physicians to not only help their patients manage symptoms, but also improve reimbursement for doing so.
Prescribing a disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drug (DMARD) for patients with rheumatoid arthritis not only helps alleviate symptoms, but it may also help physicians trigger performance-based bonuses from certain commercial payers.