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.
PAs are educated in communication techniques and may have more time to educate patients and their families, improving patient satisfaction.
As Medicare increasingly emphasizes value-based care, AAFP leadership is guiding primary-care physicians with its new model.
Despite spending the most on health care, Americans experience shorter life expectancy, higher obesity rates, and a higher rate of infant death.
As more and more payers offer value-based contracts, how can practices negotiate favorable terms in this strange new territory?
In the wake of a deadly school shooting in Florida this week, President Trump vowed to put more resources towards mental health research.
The AMA is warning Americans to take all precautions as this flu season is shaping up to be the most severe in recent memory.
This final part of a two-part series focuses on providing proactive care and measuring the results of complex patients.
As the fight against sleep disorders rages on, PAs find themselves on the front lines thanks to their excellent training and ability to adapt.
New guidance unveiled this week would allow states to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients, but one physician advocacy group is not on board.