You're done with residency and want to celebrate with new wheels. Not so fast, money experts say.
Confusion prevails when it comes to understanding the 2010 health reform law. Part two of series on rural osteopathic physicians.
Administrative demands and other burdens have chased away many country doctors. But some are determined to make their lifestyle work.
Many DOs and medical students must reframe the way they think about networking, one expert says. Find out why—and how to do that.
Physicians running cash-only practices love the autonomy and the reduced paperwork.
Here's what DOs need to know to be ready to help sick passengers in the sky.
Will 2013 be the year you master work-life balance or run for president (of a medical society)? These tips can help you get started.
DOs who have developed expertise in EHRs or simply learned through trial and error share their knowledge.
The law's finer details aren't finalized yet, says economist Gail Wilensky, PhD, so physicians can help shape them.
Some solo phyisicians feel engulfed by new mandates, choices and expectations as they struggle to meet overhead and still make a living.
Physicians are transforming smartphones and tablet computers into medical Swiss army knives.
Government's nationwide network helps physicians select and implement electronic health records and secure performance bonuses.