Physician incomes have been a topic of controversy for years, with physician compensation being criticized as one of the leading causes of high health care costs.
The new model for primary care in America, has contributed to significant changes in the roles of our employees.
It’s about time—time to recognize that primary care physicians (PCPs) need more time with their patients.
The beginning of a new flu season marks a time for primary care physicians to consider how to vaccinate patients without falling into costly pitfalls.
Theft and embezzlement is widespread, and it occurs more often in healthcare than in most other industries
There was a time when doctors looked forward to retiring after a successful career, looking to vacation, play golf and spend more time with their families. But these days, it seems more physicians are halting retirement plans.
You’ve no doubt heard about large healthcare companies and hospital systems being purchased for staggering sums by private equity firms.
A recent survey by Morning Consult showed that across the country, in both red and blue states, the overwhelming majority of Americans believe that a health system based on a foundation of primary care produces healthier patients, higher quality healthcare and lower costs.
Primary care practices located in community settings do a better job of providing high-value, cost-effective services than primary care practices within hospital settings, according to a recent article in JAMA Internal Medicine.
By day, Michael Sevilla, MD, is a family physician in the small northeastern Ohio town of Salem, about 20 miles west of the Pennsylvania border. But at night, between visits, and during his lunch break, he's "Dr. Anonymous," posting updates to his blog of the same name, checking his Facebook page and Twitter feed, or recording his latest Web-based radio show.