- Debra Shute, December 14, 2017
Patient ratings can help make or break an ambulatory surgery center. An orthopedic surgeon shares his top tips for ensuring satisfied consumers.
- Debra Shute, December 7, 2017
Virtual medicine practice is more than technological competence. A doctor who proposed the idea of telemedicine certification advocates why this is so.
- Debra Shute, November 30, 2017
Advanced practice clinicians are crucial to helping health systems ensure patient access, but numerous factors can undermine team-based care if left unchecked.
- Debra Shute, October 26, 2017
Chances are, there's a pay gap between men and women employed by your healthcare organization. And for institutions in Massachusetts, a pay equity law going into effect July 1, 2018, means it's time to do something about it.
- Debra Shute, September 28, 2017
Physician executive panelists at ATLAS 2017 discussed what does and doesn't work when it comes to guiding clinicians through change.
- Debra Shute, October 19, 2017
Physicians should use this transition year to take advantage of resources to help them comply with MACRA and get started if they haven't already, the AMA president says.
- John Commins, September 19, 2017
Seventy-six percent of primary care residents received 50 or more job solicitations during their medical training while 55% received 100 or more, survey data shows.
- Paul Black, August 1, 2017
Good care coordination strategies can help healthcare organizations survive the shift to value-based care. Learn how one hospital successfully overhauled care management and how open and interoperable systems help deliver truly connected care.