Implementation costs, alert fatigue cited as obstacles for practices
Patients with private insurance have a better chance of scheduling appointments with doctors than those with Medicaid, according to a new study.
Shortly after announcing the enrollment of 7.5 million people in ACA health insurance exchanges, Kathleen Sebelius resigned as secretary of the of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
During a keynote address at the American College of Physicians Internal Medicine 2014 conference in Orlando, Florida, Elisabeth Rosenthal, MD, a healthcare reporter for the New York Times, discussed healthcare costs and their burden on patients.
Fear of litigation is driving up the cost of healthcare, and it should be the catalyst to fix a broken medical liability system, according to a position paper released by the American College of Physicians during its annual meeting in Orlando.