Today, we stand in solidarity against the causes of physician suicide. We must shine a light on the causes and either force them to change or make them irrelevant.
Farzad Mostashari, MD, recently sat down with Medical Economics to weigh in on topics ranging from how his former employer can truly make value-based care attainable for solo and small practices as well as the true fate of private...
A new law in Oklahoma—and proposals in other states—looks to limit the power of maintenance of certification
Despite concessions, DOJ on mission to block merger of health insurers.
If you are a Medicare provider who’s had to post a Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies surety bond, you need to know about about the latest proposed rule change from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid...
To help doctors more effectively care for their high-needs patients, the Intensive Outpatient Care Program (IOCP) embeds care coordinators in medical practices.
False Claims Act (FCA) penalties are set to steepen as the Justice Department has revamped the amount healthcare providers must pay for violations.
They’re miracles of modern medicine—vaccines that have seen the virtual eradication of diseases like polio, diphtheria and measles in the United States, and complete eradication of small pox around the world.
Increased awareness hasn’t eliminated the problem for female physicians
While the Medicare payment reform law Congress passed last year poses numerous challenges for independent medical practices, it will not doom them.