In a new cartoon, one physician expresses his method of dealing with the uncertainty in healthcare. He's hanging up his stethoscope for a beach towel.
Have regulations ruined medicine or can physicians and others still find love in their professions? Here's what some had to say.
A new poll from researchers at Johns Hopkins found that only 15 percent of primary-care physicians want a full repeal the Affordable Care Act.
What will happen with U.S. healthcare policy? No one knows, but one patient is worrying a little too much about the change from Obamacare to Trumpcare.
Potential HHS Secretary, Rep. Tom Price was targeted by Senate Democrats who questioned his ethics and his philosophy on health insurance for all.
Physicians spoke out this week against President-elect Trump's reported meeting with anti-vaccine advocate. Also, an update on the ACA repeal.
The uncertainties surrounding health legislation are going to mean uncomfortable times for physicians who want to map out their practice's immediate future.
Healthcare providers, nurses specifically, were ranked by Americans as the most trustworthy profession. Congressmen were ranked the least.
What are the top healthcare issues that practices will have to pay attention to in the coming year?
What's going to happen with healthcare in 2017? This mechanism may be just as foolproof as any of the predictions from the experts.