What are patients looking for when they search for a doctor?
Practices will need to step up their recruitment game to capture the attention of this year’s new physicians, says a new survey of final-year medical residents.
Does the state you practice in have a patient obesity problem?
Experts say it’s too early to predict the severity of the flu season, or how effective the vaccine will be
The flu vaccine can help protect against more than just the flu. A new study reveals extended benefits, especially for the elderly.
Digital health solutions for managing care at home: Boston Scientific’s Connected Patient Challenge attracts innovators worldwide
Boston Scientific seeks to add to the arsenal of tools available to help manage chronic conditions at home via its fifth annual Connect Patient Challenge.
The shortage of primary care physicians is a nationwide issue, yet the severity of the crisis varies per state.
All physicians need to have a plan regarding medical malpractice tail coverage
Fluzone High-Dose Quadrivalent has been approved for use in patients over 65 to help prevent A and B strains of influenza.
Doctors are avoiding opioids and patients who are prescribed them, despite government warnings against sudden discontinuation