Volume 37, Issue 5
This article discusses the trends and the future of medical marking in 2022 and beyond.
Practice leaders potentially see a great return on their investment of time and energy in the hiring process.
The need for physician leadership has never been more critical.
This article addresses special considerations that are needed when dealing with disruptive behavior and horizonal and lateral violence among nurses and other members of the care team.
Physicians need to be deeply engaged for a successful value transformation and healthcare delivery redesign.
This article reviews the impact of stress on top-performing athletes and relates that to how physicians also experience stress, burnout, and depression, and presents possible solutions to this problem.
Can the independent physician exist in the evolving climate of U.S. healthcare? This article presents the evidence for the survivability of the private medical practice.
Chartered in July 2008, The Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) was charged with integrating clinical cardiovascular medicine and basic science research to foster innovations in care of congenital heart patients. ...
This article defines workplace experience and suggests that a positive workplace experience will increase employee productivity.
This article offers case studies of several instances of aortic dissection that resulted in malpractice actions being brought against physicians and analyzes the results as a way to illuminate the way the legal system works.
Trends in Physician-Led Healthcare Reform, Cutting Costs Without Sacrificing Patient Care, and a Suggested Public Option
Author and journalist Ken Terry shares his vision of a physician-led healthcare reform.
Association of Age, Gender, and Health-Insurance Category as Nonmodifiable Parameters on Patient Satisfaction Scores in an Academic Urology Clinic
CMS has shifted the paradigm of physician reimbursement from fee-for-service to fee-for-performance, where patient satisfaction scores have a significant impact. This study analyzes nonmodifiable parameters such as insurance type, age, and gender as ...