High costs are associated with physician turnover and reduced clinical hours attributed to burnout.
Drake and colleagues blamed rural America’s poor access of health care on inadequate broadband service; however, Struminger and Arora questioned their theory that deficient Internet availability leads to a reduction in telemedicine in rural areas.
Many health care providers in the United Kingdom have little direct experience with online feedback, rarely encourage it, and often view it as having little value for improving the quality of health services.
By reducing patients’ out-of-pocket costs and encouraging doctors to use biosimilars instead of the more expensive biologic, the United States can save billions for patients and Medicare.
A rapidly cycling work roster (RCWR) is effective in reducing weekly work hours and the occurrence of >16 consecutive-hour shifts as well as improving sleep duration of resident physicians.
Investigators assessed burnout-associated costs associated with physician turnover and physicians decreasing their clinical hours at national and organizational levels.
Most Americans do not know that state medical board is best resource to contact in case of complaint
Low variation in readmission rates among primary care physicians may lead to ineffectiveness in programs aiming to hold PCPs accountable for their readmission rates.
During a public hearing that stretched for hours, the agency heard testimony from parties on all sides of the issue.
Potentially inappropriate prescribing is tied to increased health care utilization and poor outcomes among older individuals seen in primary care practices.