The best doctors in America, according to US News & World Report
Posted On July 9, 2021
Health care experts have ranked the top five doctors in the US, with doctors who are both highly rated and highly-cited across the country.
The ranking, released Wednesday by the Healthcare News Group, is based on an analysis of published data, with a focus on the most-citing doctors and their affiliations, the most prestigious medical schools and specialty areas, and the average patient-patient ratio.
The rankings include rankings for primary care physicians, emergency medicine physicians, and internal medicine specialists.
The Healthcare News Network uses data from Medscape Medical News and CareCredit Medical Data, as well as data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey.
The rankings include only those doctors who provide health care services to at least 1 million people each year, with data from 2014.
The data is based entirely on the publicly available data.
It does not include data from hospitals and physicians who are not included in the analysis.
The Healthcare News Institute did not provide any data for the top doctors in any of the top 25 states.
The study, which includes data from 2016, has a number of caveats.
For instance, it only includes primary care doctors, not specialists.
The data also does not provide information on specialty areas or patient-to-patient ratios.
In addition, it does not account for whether a doctor is an internist or a general surgeon, who have more varied roles.
“This ranking does not necessarily reflect what is being provided by the most trusted and highly cited medical institutions,” the Healthcare New York editorial board wrote.
“But it does provide a solid foundation for those who wish to be a part of a more informed health care system.”
The Healthcare New Yorks editorial board added that this study did not include any data on the top 50 primary care physician salaries.
The other top five are:Dr. Robert L. Kaplan, a former chairman of the American Medical Association.
Dr. John D. Dallara, chief of internal medicine at Stanford University and an editor of the medical journal The Lancet.
Dr, Ronald A. Tisch, director of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York.
Dr., Michael A. Crespo, director, Division of Medical Ethics, and associate professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School.
Dr Andrew S. Pritchard, director and director of pediatric cardiology at the Harvard Medical Center.
Dr Bruce A. Hines, chief, department of internal and emergency medicine, University of Minnesota Medical Center, and an associate professor at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Dr Robert J. Miller, professor of pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and a director of its Center for Children, Adolescent, and Young Adult Medicine.
Dr Michael J. Bussard, professor, department, pediatrics and medical director, Boston Children’s Hospital and professor of medical psychiatry at the Yale University School.
A few more high-profile names are included:Dr Bruce E. Gold, director emeritus of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Dr James E. Kallish, professor emeritus and president emeritus at Harvard Medical College.
Dr Charles J. Schurmann, professor and medical professor, New York University School for Social Research.
Dr William H. Jarrell, professor at Vanderbilt University and president of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Dr Richard A. Linn, professor in family medicine at Johns Hopkins and professor emerita, Harvard University School and Harvard Medical Group.
The top five ranked physicians were all considered among the top 100 doctors in their field, and all had at least five years of experience in their respective fields.
The five-year average salary for the physicians ranked in the top-five was $144,800.
That is significantly more than the $106,800 median salary for a primary care doctor in the study.
For comparison, the median salary in the United States was $81,300.
The average patient time with a primary or emergency physician is five minutes, compared to six minutes for a general surgery physician, five minutes for an internal medicine physician, and five minutes each for an emergency physician and an internal surgeon.
The median number of visits a doctor has in a year for both primary and emergency care is two, compared with two for a pediatric cardiologist and two for an internic doctor.
The typical hospital stay for a physician in the Top Five is two to four days, compared a total of eight days for a medical doctor.
There are many other notable doctors in healthcare, but the top 5 have been ranked in part for their experience and credentials.
The top-ranked physician is Dr. Daniel B. Katz, the chairman and chief medical officer of Memorial Sloan Kettering, who was named in January as one of the five new Chief Medical Officers.
Dr Katz’s appointment came at a time when hospitals and the Department for Veterans Affairs were under scrutiny for the lack of care and care coordination among hospitals.
Dr Gold, a Harvard professor who has studied