Debra Shute is the Senior Physicians Editor for HealthLeaders Media.
The American Medical Group Association calls on the government and other stakeholders to remove impediments to value contracts.
Patient ratings can help make or break an ambulatory surgery center. An orthopedic surgeon shares his top tips for ensuring satisfied consumers.
Doctor pay should be based on comparable work, not personal characteristics, urges the American College of Physicians in a new position statement.
Virtual medicine practice is more than technological competence. A doctor who proposed the idea of telemedicine certification advocates why this is so.
Despite some reassuring findings, authors say more research is needed to identify hospital-level factors associated with the quality and costs of care related to locum tenens physicians.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute has awarded The Fenway Institute funding to study the best ways to collect data regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
Advanced practice clinicians are crucial to helping health systems ensure patient access, but numerous factors can undermine team-based care if left unchecked.
The movement toward value forges on, despite ongoing barriers for PCPs, AAFP finds.
Previous studies indicating hospitalists give more efficient and safer care faced significant limitations, according to researchers.
Opportunities in telemedicine are moving faster and farther than healthcare execs predicted just three years ago, a new survey reveals.