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Meet Scott, 51, family physician
The Bureau of Labor Statistics would categorize his occupation under "management, professional, and related occupations," along with four in 10 US workers.
How to be an emergency room doctor
Amid the chaos, you need to form an instant connection with patients.
Why are most health plans tied to the calendar year?
Blame your employer.
Do high-deductible plans make the health care system better?
A lesson in how your insurance plan can influence your health.
How rock 'n' roll doctor Larry Brilliant helped eradicate smallpox
Larry Brilliant joined us to talk about his new memoir, "Sometimes Brilliant."
Doctors seek MBA's to grapple with health care reform
As health care reform starts upending the economics of medicine, the Kelley School -- a top-20 MBA program, based in Indiana -- is looking to cash in by launching an online MBA for just doctors.
Patients should discuss money with their doctors
When you receive bad news from your physician, money is often the last thing on your mind. But it's something you should consider. One doctor offers a few tips.
Study: U.S. doctors are 'burned out'
A new study from the Mayo Clinic shows high burnout rates among physicians compared with the general public, especially for emergency room, family and general internal medicine doctors.
Getting bossy with doctors for cheaper treatment
A new study finds financial incentives push doctors to offer pricier elective treatments. But CEOs can push back.
A comparison-shopping site for health care
Silicon Valley venture capitalists bet big on a startup that says it will let consumers compare prices for medical procedures. Those can be very tough numbers to come by.