Of 2,348 physicians, surveyed doctors give their thoughts on the 2016 Presidential primaries.
Trend Watch 2014: Career Trends for Physical Therapists.
Which factors are impacting the satisfaction of bedside nurses? Find out our findings.
Major forces are at work propelling the demand for mid-level providers.
PTs, OTS and SLPs report satisfaction with profession despite duties escalating.
Nurses throughout the country give high marks to their jobs but anticipate challenges within the coming years.
Survey Findings: Physicians on Tort Reform
Physicians said the ACA will not improve healthcare's quality, rising costs or patients' control over their medical care.
More nurses are spending one quarter of their working day on non-patient care activities.
Physicians Sound Off on the High Price of Defensive Medicine
Explore the shifting dynamic between their fixed and variable compensation sources for physicians.
Many physicians agree on one thing: PPACA does not sufficiently reform the U.S. healthcare system.
See what doctors said about healthcare reform and defensive medicine practices.
See what are the primary contributors of time spent away from the patient's bedside.
Our lawsuit-driven healthcare system allows personal injury lawyers to dictate how doctors treat patients.
Medically unnecessary diagnostic and treatment services were ordered in an effort to avoid lawsuits.
Many healthcare executives don’t see healthcare reform legislation as the answer.
Both Sides of the Issue Agree We Need Reform – Start with Medical Malpractice.
Doctors want to take medical missions and give something back.
Positive results from medical professionals on a new healthcare reform plan.