A recent poll found that 80 percent of Americans believe drug prices are too high, while only 39 percent have faith in it being fixed.
In part two of this series, attorney, Efrem Grail shares six more tips on how to avoid trouble from the law when prescribing opioids.
As Medicare increasingly emphasizes value-based care, AAFP leadership is guiding primary-care physicians with its new model.
A recent wave of sickness in this doctor's family made her realize how inconvenient it is for many people in this country to be ill.
Despite the great amount of attention paid to the American opioid epidemic, abuse remains at an all-time high. It's time for a new perspective.
An explainer of the AAPA's Optimal Team Practice (OTP) initiative and why it's important to improving care.
One hundred years from the worst flu pandemic ever, we're still failing to fight it off.
A new proposal from the Trump administration aims to improve insurance options for patients, but some are concerned it will just raise premiums.
In the wake of a deadly school shooting in Florida this week, President Trump vowed to put more resources towards mental health research.
The Budget Act that passed Congress recently included "small changes" to MACRA with the potential to make a big difference, says one expert.