MedPage Today's Editor-In-Chief weighs in on the biggest news in medicine
- Building the Patient-Centered Medical Home
- Doing Time: Healthcare Behind Bars
- Faust Files
- Focus on Policy
- Of Parasites and Plagues
- Practice Management
- Prescriptions for a Broken System
- Rural Rx
- Second Opinions
- Skeptical Cardiologist
- Suicidologist's Soliloquy
- The Activist Psychiatrist
- The Health Docket
- Uncharted Territory
- What We Heard This Week
- Wired Practice
- Working Stiff
Brian H. Williams discusses gun violence, bipartisan politics, and hitting the campaign trail
Brian H. Williams, MD, talks about his new book, structural racism, and gun violence in the U.S.
New data shed light
"Fundamentally, there's something broken in how the market works"
"How are we here in 2023 having some of these discussions?" bemoans gynecologic cancer expert
Plus: why I still mask in some, but not all, public situations
On getting through the match, staying compassionate, and taking what comes your way
Was climate change the "real" cause?
Adriana Wong on bonding with people who "become your friends throughout the years"
"Don't make us work 80 hours a week. That's it," says Jeremy Faust
The possible severity of his 27 seconds of silence
"There is an absolute tidal wave of providers coming" to improve gender-diverse care
Having to speak up as an individual makes clinicians vulnerable, says Blair Peters, MD
Science's editor-in-chief weighs in on resignation of Marc Tessier-Lavigne