HHS secretary Tom Price resigned September 29 amid reports of using taxpayer dollars for chartered flights. Here are some of the best Twitter reactions.
As part of our annual Great American Physician Survey, we asked physicians about the healthcare issues worrying them the most.
HHS Secretary Tom Price has flown private charter planes and the expenses are adding up fast, with reports of travel costs now in excess of $300,000.
In its latest attempt to unravel the ACA, Republicans unveil a proposal to transfer federal healthcare spending into state block grants.
A recent MGMA stat poll found nearly half of practice leaders believe medical staffers need additional customer service training.
The HIMSS EHR association submits a letter to CMS, expressing concern and offering suggestions for MACRA payment requirements.
Some physician readers are hesitant to retire no matter the age, due to their everlasting drive to care for others.
A recent Merritt Hawkins survey found 56 percent of docs in support of single-payer healthcare due to a variety of reasons, including feelings of inevitably.
President Trump called the opioid epidemic a national crisis, while vowing to spend time, effort, and money to fix it.
A new study from CompHealth found that late-career physicians are hesitant to retire due to continuing to feel competitive and effective at their practice.