While there are a lot of definitions around "quality," we have a long way to go in understanding what constitutes patient satisfaction in medicine.
Stephen H. Hanson, PA-C
While progress has been made, we still have a very long way to go to achieve the dream of EHRs and other health IT.
A recent study looked at America's high cost of healthcare and why it stands above other industrialized countries.
A new resolution from the AMA opposed independent practice by PAs, which is not something the profession is seeking.
The EHR is creating some risk and liability for providers. Some of these risks are obvious and some are not.
It's unfortunate that gender wage gaps remain in the physician assistant profession. Here are some thoughts on how to address them.
Female PAs make 86 percent of what their male counterparts earn, a recent study found. This is profoundly unfair.
This healthcare provider shares his experiences on having two brothers who succumbed to HIV/AIDS in the 1980s and how it's shaped his outlook in medicine.
This healthcare provider has seen firsthand how poor EHR design has contributed to burnout in physicians, PAs, and other practitioners.
An interview with the CEO of Kaiser Permanente's medical group in California puts the problem with our health system into perspective.