primary care

How to Treat Substance Abuse with a Model of Ongoing Care
How to Treat Substance Abuse with a Model of Ongoing CareHere's how one federally qualified health center in southcentral Pennsylvania is tackling the opioid crisis in its community.
The no. 1 disease at your office isn’t clinicalNew physician survey sheds light on physician burnout—an epidemic that affects you and your patients.
Top 8 worst administrative hassles according to physiciansPhysicians, especially primary care physicians (PCP), often bear the brunt of what many consider to be excessive regulatory requirements associated with patient care. Here are the most common administrative burdens, according to physicians.
Physicians face punishment for speaking out about non-physician careThe last thing Steven Maron, MD, expected when he was called into his administrator's office was to be fired.
Does Ridesharing Reduce Missed Primary Care Appointments?A revealing study shows what happens when urban Medicaid patients are offered complimentary rideshares to their primary care appointment.
We need to focus on female healthIn this podcast, we spoke with Lisa Larkin, MD, on the need to focus on women's health in medicine.
More women than ever flocking to med school
More women than ever flocking to med schoolMedical school enrollment has traditionally been dominated by men-until now.
Tips for physicians to improve their lives and careersAlexi Nazem, MD, MBA is chief executive officer and cofounder of Nomad Health, a healthcare technology startup designed to connect freelance physicians with locum tenens work. We spoke with Nazem about physicians seeking new ways to work in the medical practice
How one practice conquered burnoutThree strategies for prevention of burnout
Addressing the physician shortage through early mentoringChangeMaker Ira Rubin, MD, and his son, Zachary, discuss the value of reaching out to young people interested in medicine to make today’s students tomorrow’s physicians.