How is the profession changing?In our annual Labor Force, one of your pressing concerns was how the ob/gyn profession was changing.
Concerns about future of OB/GYN as a specialtyHere's what you said made you worry about the future of ob/gyn as a specialty.
2017 Annual Labor Force SurveyA look at the state of the OB/GYN speciality in 2017 and what's creating pressure on you.
We’re only human
We’re only humanToo much paperwork. Not enough sleep. Too many surgical procedures to keep up with. Too much litigation. Not enough time with family. Your frustrations came through loud and clear in the second annual Labor Force survey. Over and over, you told us, in effect, “We’re only human!”
Dr Lockwood's 2017 healthcare resolutionsDr Lockwood reflects on the potential challenges and hopes for 2017.
Top ob/gyn stories of 20162016 was a year of change and new challenges. Find out what the top news stories of 2016 were.
Women’s health Q&A: Two specialists discuss top issuesTwo experts discuss top-of-mind women’s healthcare issues in managed care.
Four ways to prioritize women’s healthFrom “all-in-one” healthcare appointments to coordinating women’s care for convenience, here’s how providers and researchers say plans and providers can prioritize
What does the Trump election mean for ob/gyn?We asked our editorial board what the results of the 2016 presidential election could mean for ob/gyn and the women they see.
Suzy: Guiding patients through tragedyMedical Economics is proud to unveil the honorable mention entries in our 2015 Physician Writing Contest. We believe the essays exemplify what connecting with your patients is truly about, and demonstrate the levels of heart, determination, and empathy you strive to bring into every exam room, every day. Thanks for reading.