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What Trump’s victory means for healthcare: Industry leaders sound offHealthcare industry leaders and policy analysts discuss how the election results could impact healthcare.
6 lessons to take away from the presidential race
6 lessons to take away from the presidential raceRegardless of the outcome of the presidential race, there is much about practice management and leadership to be learned from mainstream media’s coverage of the two front-runners’ race to the White House.
How do we help children with election rhetoric?As Election Day nears, the intensity of the campaign and level of emotion continues to rise beyond anything remembered. Children are remarkably resilient to all this input, at least on the surface, but one has to wonder what they are thinking and likely worrying about just below the surface.
Why the election will be decided by ophthalmologistsLearn why ophthalmologists are tasked with the most important profession during this presidential election!
Clinton vs. Trump: 5 critical election issues
Clinton vs. Trump: 5 critical election issuesFive key areas of healthcare, the candidates’ proposals for them, and analysis from experts.
Opinion: 3 healthcare trends that won’t change post ObamaThe presidential hopefuls have very different views about the ACA. Expect three healthcare things that will stay the same even after Obama leaves office.
Do I have to choose between an EHR and patient satisfaction?EHR use, MOC and the 2016 presidential election are the hot topics of the latest issue of Your Voice.
Seven ways Hillary Clinton would change healthcareDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton vows to provide more affordable, cost effective, accessible, and higher quality healthcare and insurance coverage. Here’s a closer look at seven key ways Clinton would change the healthcare system if elected president.
Top ways Bernie Sanders would change the healthcare industryDemocratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both vow to make healthcare more affordable, accessible, and higher quality. Here’s a closer look at two of the ways Sanders proposes to do this.
Physicians demand answers from presidential candidatesAs part of our election poll, we asked Medical Economics’ readers, “If you could ask the presidential candidates one question, what would you ask?” Here were some of the inquiries that summed up the majority of replies by those taking our poll.