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'Alarming' Burnout Rate in General Surgery Residents

Female trainees are more susceptible to burnout than their male peers, as are those in programs that lack structured mentoring, according to national survey findings.

Financial Management   CMS cancels cardiac bundles, scales back CJR model: 8 things to know Written by Ayla Ellison (Twitter | Google+)  | August 16, 2017 | Print | Email CMS issued a proposed rule Tuesday that would cancel or scale back major bundled payment initiatives.  Here are eight things to know about the proposed rule.    1. CMS sent a proposed rule to the Office of Management and Budget last week. The title of the rule indicated CMS would cancel mandatory bundled payment initiatives…

CMS released a rule on Tuesday that finalizes a mandatory bundled payment program for heart attacks and bypass surgeries and expands the existing Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement model.

Give docs time and space to avoid hasty diagnostic errors | FierceHealthcare

Give docs time and space to avoid hasty diagnostic errors

Having health insurance is vital to one’s well-being, whether we're talking about physical or financial well-being.  	Gonzalez  	“Health insurance ensures that people have

Having health insurance is vital to one’s well-being, whether we're talking about physical or financial well-being.Health insurance ensures that people have

2015 rates expected to fluctuate wildly

2015 rates expected to fluctuate wildly

Most Americans are unaware of the government subsidies that support their insurance coverage.

If you want to know who gets health-care handouts, look in the mirror

Misdiagnosis is more common than drug errors or wrong-site surgery - The Washington Post

Hospitals with higher than average spending in cardiology services could face…

Take Heart: Groundbreaking Procedure May Boost Medical Tourism to Florida

The states with the most overworked clinicians | FierceHealthcare

​​​​​​​Burnout is common among doctors and nurses, but clinicians in some states may be especially overworked, according to a new report. Idaho tops the list as the state with the most overworked docs, while Hawaii is tops for nurses.

How a Trump upset could reshape benefits | Employee Benefit News

How a Trump upset could reshape benefits

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