Physician burnout is a problem that has many causes—excessive documentation and technology headaches chief among them—but a recent Medical Economics physician survey included a less-scrutinized source: Patient needs that sometimes overwhelm their doctors.
With cancer on the rise among Asian Americans, it’s more important than ever to educate yourself and detect any problems early.
Practices Industry Voices—I practiced family medicine for almost 2 decades. Here’s why I support value-based primary care
Payment reform has been a long time coming and will help physicians finally get off the hamster wheel of fee-for-service. With a new model that pays primary care providers to shift to value-based care, they can keep track of and provide the best possible care for every patient in their practice.