The U.S. physicians who responded to the 2018 Great American Physician Survey shared their attitudes towards their personal and professional lives.
Great American Physician Survey
Learn about the 1,187 U.S. physicians who responded to the 2018 Great American Physician Survey.
Readers weigh-in on how they would change healthcare including removing the government and insurances companies from the picture.
As part of our annual Great American Physician Survey, we asked physicians about the healthcare issues worrying them the most.
More than 40 percent of physicians give the Trump administration an “F” in healthcare thus far. What has led to these tough grades?
Part-time employment can afford physicians greater work-life balance and a reprieve from burnout. Here's how to successfully transition.
Physicians continue to be bothered by government regulations and third-party interference; many give Trump administration an F thus far.
If you're starting to feel physically ill over the 2016 Presidential election and are worried about who will win, one physician knows what you have.
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton? Many physicians are having a hard time picking either and healthcare isn't the reason why.
The complete results to this year's Great American Physician Survey and more, revealing just where physicians stand with the profession of medicine in 2016.