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Have Doctors Gotten a Bad Rap in the Fight Against Opioids?

Opioid addiction has become a sickening problem in America, with a dramatic increase in overdose deaths in the last decade. The medical community has largely blamed doctors for overprescribing the drugs — even to people who legitimately need them — saying...

source: By Cait Harrison
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Sharpen Your Skill Workshop 1 Mindfulness and Resilience for the Active Practitioner Chantal Brazeau, MD Attend this interactive workshop and develop skills to foster mindfulness and resilience in a world where burnout is all too common. You will leave with tools...

source: NJAFP

Two-thirds of physicians do not like the American Health Care Act, the Republican House bill to unwind Obamacare, while only about a quarter support it, a new survey indicates. The survey of 1,112 physicians by the Dallas-based physician search firm Merritt Hawkins found...

source: HealthLeaders Media

Workplace factors like electronic health records and a hectic environment are major factors for family physicians with job burnout, according to a new survey. A study team led by researchers at the University of Michigan and the American Board of Family Medicine surveyed...

source: FierceHealthcare

Patients increasingly turn to the Internet to express their opinions — positive and negative — about the physicians who provide their healthcare. The disgruntled patient has multiple online outlets on which to provide his...

source: Medical Economics


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