Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
A recently published study found that female primary care physicians spend more time with patients than their male counterparts.
According to San Francisco-based Doximity, average physician pay has increased 1.5%.
Coronavirus pandemic-related decreases in patient volume and increases in costs for infection control are hitting physician practices hard.
Liselotte "Lotte" Dyrbye, MD, MHPE, delivered a keynote address at a national summit on promoting well-being and resilience in healthcare workers.
A new COVID-19 recovery program focuses on long-term symptoms after acute illness with individualized and expedited treatment.
The biennial conference, which met virtually this year, is designed to share best practices and evidence-based approaches to curb burnout.
With a positive approach to change, healthcare workers and their organizations can emerge from the pandemic stronger and more resilient.
Particularly for patients who are older and frail, home-based medical care is often a viable alternative to urgent care centers, emergency rooms, and hospitalization.
In its 2020 best performers data report, MGMA rates physician practices on operations, profitability, productivity, and value.
Research shows that clinicians can make a compassionate connection with patients in less than a minute.