• The Physicians Foundation Announces New President, Dr. Walker Ray

    Dr. Walker Ray, a retired pediatrician with more than 40 years of experience practicing medicine in Georgia, has been named the new president of the Physicians Foundation. Dr. Ray previously served as the Foundation's Vice President and Chair of the Research Committee.

  • Four Critical Trends Physicians Must Keep Top of Mind in 2016

    Walker Ray, MD, President of the Physicians Foundation, and Tim Norbeck, CEO of the Foundation, focus on four healthcare trends in 2016 that the physician community, policy makers, media and other healthcare influencers should closely monitor in the upcoming year.

  • What's Causing Physician Burnout?

    In our latest Forbes post, Walker Ray, MD, President of the Physicians Foundation, and Tim Norbeck, CEO of the Foundation, examine the reasons behind physician burnout and how it is affecting physician morale.

  • The 2014 Biennial Physician Survey

    The Physicians Foundation 2014 Survey of America's Physicians is one of the largest and most comprehensive physician surveys in the U.S. This research surveyed more than 20,000 doctors on a range of issues, including professional morale, doctor shortages, Medicare / Medicaid participate rates, EMR patterns and more.


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Practice Trends

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Physician Leadership

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Physician Shortage

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