As the United States faces a physician shortage, projected to be 100,000 by 2030, Hawaii is finding a way to keep physicians on the island. So reports Hawaii Public Radio.
California doctors are seeing a rise in anti-vaxxers looking for exemptions. So reports Fierce Healthcare.
With the widespread destruction wrought by Hurricane Harvey, many Houston residents are able to receive medical care via Telemedicine, reports Fierce Healthcare.
Doctors feel that overtratment is prevalent in healthcare, according to a survey of more than 2,000 physicians from PLOS One. So reports Becker's Hospital Review.
A new Medicare pilot program wants to help decrease the physician shortage in the Buffalo area. So reports the Buffalo News.
A new networking site, the Drop Out Club, is where doctors can go to get advice and support when considering leaving the medical field. So reports Scientific American.
Manhattan Research's 15th annual physician technology use and attitudes survey finds that doctors want less ads from pharmaceutical companies on the websites that they frequent. So reports Fierce Pharma.
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