A study found most physicians wanted to keep working due to enjoying practicing medicine, the social aspects of their work, and the want to maintain their lifestyle.
The AMA calls for the Senate to shut down Graham-Cassidy, which they say would result in millions of Americans losing health coverage.
A new study of 142 family medicine physicians shows they spend an exorbitant amount of their day on clerical or administrative tasks.
As insurers ratchet up utilization management, doctors’ paperwork burden increases and patients must jump through endless administrative hoops to access care.
Social media offers doctors opportunities to educate patients, provide better customer service, reduce visits, improve scheduling, and increase loyalty.
Families who oppose mandated immunization for schoolchildren may be seeking medical exemptions to get around a new California law, according to a study published Tuesday.
Dr. Shafi Ahmed, M.D. saw the potential of Google Glass to help teach surgeons in locations where they may not have as much exposure to more complex or novel medical procedures.
56% of doctors registered either strong support or were somewhat supportive of a single-payer health system, according to a recent survey.
Physicians often strive for “work-life balance,” but how do you define it? Family physician Sara Taylor, MD, shares some tips.
When 23% of physicians are over 65, and there are physician shortages, what are the guidelines for when a doctor should retire?