As Congress grapples with the issues of the most expensive health care system in the world, we work to find solutions to reduce health care costs while improving value.
Hospitalized patients have a slightly higher risk of dying when treated by older hospitalists.
Anonymous online reviews of physicians are used to judge physicians, putting their careers and livelihoods on the line.
Profit motive—and scant evidence—propel dire warnings about surgical fumes.
Growing competition for new customers is inspiring American hospitals to focus on providing a more positive patient experience — and hospitals expect their doctors to do their part.
Leveraging physicians and nurses who care as much about the healthcare business as they do patients.
One doctor openly discusses the often-overlooked epidemic of suicide among physicians, and what can be done to stop it.
Nationally, female physicians make an average of 26.5 percent, or $91,000, less than male physicians.
Telehealth companies have long asserted that increased access to physicians via video or phone saves money by reducing office visits.
Financial and productivity metrics are critically important in any business. But for physicians, medicine is a profession, not a business.