Between the ACA, physician burnout, and MACRA, it was another eventful year in healthcare. Here are our favorite quotes from the past year.
The American College of Physicians (ACP) and other provider groups are not happy the recently-passed tax bill has repealed the individual mandate.
The year was full of plenty of headline news events surrounding the Affordable Care Act, HHS, opioids, and more.
In part 2 of our roundtable, three doctors vent about EHRs and extol the virtues of having a balanced work and home life.
In part one of our younger physician roundtable, three doctors expand on the toughest challenges faced in their burgeoning careers.
Due to the "pick your pace" flexibility for year one of the Medicare Quality Payment Program, one expert says it's hard to evaluate how physicians did.
Pharma exec Alex Azar could be next in line to take over as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.
A young doc spent six months as an employed physician, hated it, and started his own practice. Here’s what he learned and how it can help others.
Who brings in more money, employed doctors or independent practice owners? Experts talk about the advantages and disadvantages of both roles.
Here are the major shifts from the Medicare Quality Payment Program’s proposed rule to the recently released final rule.