Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
New research provides more evidence that electronic health record use contributes to physician burnout.
New research suggests organizational approaches to reducing physician burnout such as improving the work environment are more effective than resilience training.
Providence St. Joseph Health's Primary Care for All plan includes capitated payments, quality measures, and risk adjustment.
After decades of solid job security, many clinicians are facing challenges holding onto their positions or finding new ones, a new employment report says.
With supplies of N95 respirator masks stretched thin during the coronavirus pandemic, decontamination of used masks can help meet demand.
Change such as the adoption of new information technology can wreak havoc among primary care practice staff members.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement selects its chief innovation and education officer to succeed Derek Feeley as president and CEO.
The novel coronavirus exposes healthcare facilities to several infection risks, including spread of the virus from asymptomatic people.
Avoiding infection in lower joint replacement surgery results in an average cost savings of about $100,000 per patient.
Breaking down barriers that are disrupting the physician-patient relationship is a top priority for Susan Bailey, MD.