Business of Medicine
Regardless of the patients’ complaints, the internist gave them tote bags with prescription drugs, including muscle relaxers, anti-inflammatories...
How much is workplace violence contributing to the great resignation in health care and what might be done to make clinicians feel more supported...
Recommendations for improving federal diabetes programs: How primary care clinicians can help with implementation
Recent advances in diabetes treatments have not been translated quickly into practice, and, when they have been, there have been disparities in...
Medical schools are educating the next generation of doctors on one of the most widespread, insidious health threats of our time.
Lawmakers attempting to cut the cost of insulin for more than a million Americans to $35 per month are unlikely to succeed, experts say.
“You never get to determine whether they, in fact, had a certificate reviewer who was legitimate.”
More than 81% of the health system’s resident physicians voted to join the union.
Nine out of ten patients would recommend telemedicine to friends and family, and most physicians say they’re willing to devote significant time to...
Speech-to-text software is still the most popular solution, but more physicians are now using human scribes, driven by the decisions of some large...
“It’s age discrimination. Physicians receive assessments throughout their careers as part of the accreditation process – there’s no need to change...
The sentencing in Ontario stemmed from incidents at a medical and dental clinic in Ottawa last year, which included the administration of...