Disclaimer: The views expressed in these articles are the personal views of Robert Moghim, M.D. and do not necessarily represent and are not intended to represent the views of the company or its employees.
There are a number of reasons why hospitalists are the fastest growing specialty in U.S. medical history.
Despite the rigorous cost structure of the Accountable Care Organization model, there are currently a number of factors as to why so many medical groups continue to join ACOs...
Pricing is a fluid, highly complicated aspect of health care. Some third party organizations are now available for consumers to determine the cost of medical services and procedures.
The enormous number of cases of superbug infections in recent years has much of the medical community deeply concerned. Recent surge linked to looser hygiene rules, hospitals turning to copper equipment...
If you are considering serving in a locum tenens position, then one of the most important considerations is the compensation package.
There are a number of reasons why costs for medical care are rapidly growing in the U.S. As a nation, we spent more than $3 trillion in health care in 2014, the highest growth rate since 2008...
Is health information technology (HIT) a powerful aid, an unfulfilled promise or an enormous drain on the nation’s health care resources?
The pharmaceuticals industry continues to shrink as companies buy each other out. The latest blockbuster merger involves Pfizer and Allergan, both worth more than $100 billion.
In a recent study of 20,000 physicians by the Physicians Foundation, only 35 percent considered themselves independent, compared to 49 percent in 2012 and 62 percent in 2008.