Debra Shute is the Senior Physicians Editor for HealthLeaders Media.
A closer look at general surgery resident attrition reveals key reasons for departures—and why they afflict women more often than men.
Leaders attending the inaugural HealthLeaders Physician Organization Exchange shared their guiding principles for managing the most challenging element of medical practice finances.
Despite reporting high career satisfaction rates, female cardiologists experience discrimination nearly three times as often as men. Here's what to do about it.
Leaders of physician organizations are taking responsibility for relieving medical doctors of some of their pain points. Those who are succeeding understand it takes a personal touch.
In response to continuing high demand for clinicians, the average amount of signing bonuses in 2016 rose 4.8% from the previous year, according to The Medicus Firm.
From full wraparound treatment programs to tweaks in the ED, hospitals have ample opportunity to address chemical dependency and prevent deaths.
An emerging area of research looks at how physician characteristics affect outcomes. International medical graduates are the latest group found to have better results than U.S.-trained medical doctors.
Physician organization leaders are trying to plot business strategies for a post-ACA landscape of increased healthcare consumerism, lower reimbursement, and new partnerships.
Physicians in some ethnic minority groups tend to experience lower rates of burnout. The reasons are more than skin deep.
Interventions to improve quality of life for the seriously ill are often provided haphazardly under current frameworks. Here are five keys for transforming palliative care in your hospital system.