Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
The recovery phase of the pandemic includes leadership challenges such as balancing competing priorities, maintaining staff engagement, and avoiding burnout.
A new law in the Lone Star State grants automatic approval of medical orders for clinicians who have a track record of prior authorization approvals at a payer.
A practicing family medicine physician from South Carolina becomes 176th president of the American Medical Association.
The new joint venture in North Carolina will help independent physician practices by easing administrative burdens and bolstering value-based care capabilities.
A chief quality and clinical transformation officer shares insights on checklists, value-based care, high reliability, workforce safety, and telehealth.
Physicians may be uncomfortable discussing end-of-life issues and avoid having the conversations.
A new report shows an increase in acquisitions of independent physician practices during the pandemic.
Scout by Sutter Health combines downloadable information with human nonclinical guides to help young people with anxiety, depression, and stress.
More faculty at a Texas academic medical center are considering quitting or scaling back to part-time employment during the pandemic.
Although verbal threats were the most common kind of workplace abuse reported by survey respondents, 34% of the ED healthcare workers also reported physical assaults by patients.