Top stories from 2016
2016 was a year filled with changes within the healthcare industry. Here are the top 8 blogs from Merritt Hawkins for the year, which cover topics such as physician compensation, the relationship of poverty with healthcare, patient access issues, and mental health trends.
Physicians weigh in with first impressions on HHS Secretary Nominee, Dr. Tom Price in this survey.
This study consists of an overview of the salaries, bonuses, and other incentives customarily used to recruit physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.
Both vacancies and wait times could be reduced if more doctors knew about the benefits of working at one of the nation’s 152 hospitals and 1,400 clinics that treat veterans
NPs continue to play a significant role in providing timely access to quality healthcare for millions of patients across America.
In our special feature entitled “Medical Specialty Spotlight,” we review trends in a variety of medical specialties related to healthcare recruitment, physician compensation and industry trends. This article delves into Psychiatry.
Average physician salary offers for otolaryngology increased by 21% in 2016, from $334,000 to $403,000. Learn about more trends in this article.
When discussing what makes people in the United States healthy or unhealthy, most Americans would likely say diet, exercise, obesity, social indiscretions, or genetics, but not poverty. Yet, poverty plays a crucial role in healthcare access.
Just as the United States is facing a growing physician shortage, physicians around the country are planning to change their practice patterns in ways that will reduce patient access to their services.
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