New guidelines from the Association for American Medical Colleges identify 13 activities all medical graduates should be able to do on their first day of residency. Ten schools are testing the guidelines this year.
When pediatric surgeon Sarah Jones lost three fingers in a woodcutting accident, her first thought was: "I am no longer a surgeon. I will never operate again." Today, she practices surgery at the University of Western Ontario. Here's how she went from surgeon to patient to surgeon in just a few years.
CMS for the first time has released quality and financial data for individual Pioneer ACOs, a select group of organizations that agreed to participate in the most ambitious test of the ACO model to date.
Office gossip can range from harmless chitchat to damaging innuendo, but workers who find themselves the subject of gossip have a range of options to deal with problem, experts tell the Wall Street Journal.
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