More than 90% of medical residents say that salary potential strongly swayed their choice of specialty in some way, according to a recent survey.
Selecting a specialty is one of the most important career-related decisions a physician will have to make. These five are in high demand.
Physicians and Nurse Practitioners have been battling it out online in the form of open letters this past week, with both calling on the AMA to step in.
The primary care physician shortage has long been predicted, and as less and less American med students choose that path, it is sure to become a reality.
The American Medical Association is suing over two abortion-related laws, because they force physicians to lie to patients, “to commit an ethical violation.”
Dr. Google is in. 89% of patients queue up Google and search for their symptoms before going to see a medical provider. But this isn’t exactly a good thing.
As the opioid crisis escalated into an epidemic across the U.S., thousands of surgeons continued to hand out far more pills than needed.
The patients have spoken—an online presence and well thought out customer experience are critical components when it comes to choosing a physician or practice.
Not all surgeons are unprofessional. But when they are, do their patient outcomes suffer? It seems so, according to a new study published this week.
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