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Jeff Bendix
88th annual Physician Report: Ambivalence wreaking havoc in primary care
88th annual Physician Report: Ambivalence wreaking havoc in primary care
The findings of the latest Physician Report reflect the sense of ambivalence among many primary care physicians regarding their chosen profession.
ACP panel offers tips for easing difficult discussions with patients
Physicians sometimes are reluctant to discuss controversial subjects with their patients. But these discussions become easier, and often produce better outcomes, when physicians explain why they are bringing up the subject, and try to understand the patient’s perspective on it.
Medical schools struggle to close primary care gap
How practicing physicians can help rebuild the next generation of doctors
How to navigate direct pay successfully
How to navigate direct pay successfully
Focus on patients not payers
President Trump to take healthcare in new direction
President Trump to take healthcare in new direction
Experts say the impact on policy will likely be greater than on individual physicians and practices
GOP Obamacare replacement bill puts physicians, patients in charge
GOP Obamacare replacement bill puts physicians, patients in charge
Exclusive: Author of first substantial GOP healthcare plan says ‘heat is on’ to repeal and replace.
Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2017
Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2017
For the fourth consecutive year, Medical Economics reveals its list of obstacles physicians will face in the coming year and, more importantly, how to overcome them.
Weighing MACRA’s long-term effect on healthcare
Looking past 2017, Medicare physician payment reform will have a ripple effect on areas including health IT and the future of independent practice.
What will MACRA mean for small practices?
Congress’s passage of the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) will have profound implications for the nation’s physicians, especially those practicing alone or in small groups.
Anti-Trump document draws hundreds of physician signatures
Anti-Trump document draws hundreds of physician signatures
Calling a Donald Trump presidency “a threat to the goals of medicine,” more than 600 physicians have signed a statement opposing him and urging others in the medical community to vote against the Republican presidential nominee.