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Telemedicine poses new legal issues which have kept some medical professionals from fully embracing this new health care platform.
Defensive medicine is an all too common practice among physicians who are desperate to avoid stressful, costly malpractice claims.
The dollars and cents of medical care have long been shrouded in mystery, but renewed efforts by government leaders and consumer groups are compelling more physicians to bring up the issue of cost.
As popularity continues to grow, there will undoubtedly be an enormous surge in the utilization of virtual healthcare
What are the new challenges and implications we can expect, if President Trump's health care reform bill passes and how will this affect the healthcare market?
There is a brewing conflict in medicine concerning limitations on doctors who may be too old to effectively practice medicine.
Telemedicine in conjunction with locum tenens may be the solution to the physician shortage crisis as well as the lack of healthcare in rural areas.
In more recent years, as the physician shortage has worsened, a reliance on locum tenens coverage has quickly become a common practice throughout the industry.
By 2020, the shortage of anesthesiologists is expected to grow to 12,500, almost 4 times higher than the estimated shortage in 2011. A brewing crisis...
On April 6. 2017, the first seven states—Idaho, Wyoming, Kansas, Iowa, Wisconsin, Alabama and West Virginia—of the IMLC began processing applications for expedited licensure.