By Robert Nelson, MD | August 29, 2019 This whole issue of “surprise bills” is a symptom of a more pernicious economic disease which has been driving prices in healthcare for decades; […]
By SmartMoneyMD In the medical world, more doctors are asking for more time off, shorter workweeks, less call, and more pay. No way would younger doctors willingly sign onto a job with […]
By Michael Tetreault, Editor in Chief JANUARY 12, 2018 – Author and Editor, Michael Tetreault catches up with Emily Durham on this weeks DocPreneur Podcast. Emily is the Network Liason for CPESN […]
AAPP Board of Directors Votes to Suspend Operations and to evaluate AAPP’s value proposition for 2018 and beyond.
“Future growth of private direct medicine may not look like the past,” concludes Eischen. “As a more diverse array of stakeholders need to come together to balance how to better integrate private […]
Insights on Patient Engagement and Behavior Change: “How Urgent Care Centers Can Cost-Effectively Serve the Medically Underserved”
By Brent Walker, PatientBond on Tue, Mar, 14, 2017 The rise in healthcare consumerism combined with the primary care physician shortage has fueled growth in the urgent care industry, with experts anticipating […]