Reasons for women leaving medical practice may include burnout, pay gap, and difficulty returning after leaving to raise a family.
They also found that market share for brand-name drugs decreased at hospitals with sales restrictions.
The fact sheets are meant to help those already participating in or those considering the Merit-based Incentive Payment System.
Rising drug costs are forcing some physicians to take matters into their own hands.
Over the course of the study, face-to-face time with patients declined while time spent completing EHRs increased.
The new approach pays providers based on quality, value, and results delivered, but questions remain.
However, there was an increase in mean compensation amounts and the percentage of paid claims exceeding 1 million.
A doctor who prescribed a particular insomnia medication in the past was 3 times as likely to continue prescribing the same drug
Physicians who were completely burned out had lower odds of finding their work rewarding, seeing their work as one of the most important things in their lives, or thinking that their work makes the world a better place.
Patients were 10% to 30% less likely to acquire a multidrug-resistant organism or C difficile if enhanced disinfection strategies were used in hospitals.
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