Fueled by pricey drugs, a rise in chronic conditions and greater access to mental health services, employers’ healthcare costs are projected to continue increasing for the foreseeable future, according to PwC’s Health Research Institute (HRI).
Reducing energy costs in a medical office needn’t require staff and patients to dress like Manitoban road crews in February.
In fact, some simple approaches help the bottom line and make for a more comfortable place to give and...
Median medical school graduate debt in 2018 was $200,000, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
Some physicians savor the flexibility, diverse workplaces and other aspects of locum tenens work. Life as an independent contractor, however, raises questions about securing good health insurance in the absence of an employer-sponsored plan.
Healthcare providers are facing markedly increased construction costs — a reality that may be especially tough on smaller medical practices, says Kris Miller, President of Atlanta-based commercial real estate firm Ackerman & Co., in...
Complex rules are forcing Medicare patients diagnosed with MS to pay vastly more for care, new research finds.
Under the rules, patients must pay a significantly higher share of the cost for therapies to treat the condition, according to a study...
The intricacies of finance — especially for physicians — are manifold and not easy to master.
Specialists and primary care physicians (PCPs) alike experienced average salary increases of at least one-fifth from 2015 through 2019, according to the most recent Medscape Physician Compensation Report.
Given the competition for physicians as the provider shortage intensifies, it is no surprise that most hospitals and other healthcare organizations offer potential hires a range of incentives.
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