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The 5th Annual Advanced Practice Collaborative™
Advancing Care in Erosive Esophagitis: Towards a Path of Complete Healing
Shaping the Management of COPD with Biologic Therapy
Enterprise value, not market cap, tells the whole story
Though a company’s capital structure includes both equity and debt, market cap does not reflect debt.
Measuring mortality risk over time for ex-smokers
Researchers examine long-term benefits for patient hearts, cancer risk, and lungs.
When AI causes a crisis, you need humanity to restore trust
Communication and empathy are keys to overcoming technology-driven disasters
Managing ADHD: Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment
Patients turn to their primary care physicians for answers, making them a key member of a treatment team.
Patients less likely to complete diagnostic testing after telehealth visit compared to in-person visit
Difference in completion rates between in-person visits and telehealth visits was stark
UK detects swine flu; Mounjaro leads to more and faster weight loss; Biden boosts medical supplies - Morning Medical Update
The top news stories in primary care today.
Check out Winter 2023 Practice Academy, Now On-Demand
Watch four educational sessions on personal finance, revenue cycle management, investing and more.
Benefits of blending population health and hyper-local health barrier strategies to address SDOH
Physicians can improve patient outcomes, accountability, and the financial bottom line through a hybrid focus on social determinants of health.
Preventive care visits surge, especially among Medicare beneficiaries
Private insurance covered over half of the visits, with Medicare, Medicaid, workers’ compensation, or self-pay accounting for almost 30%
New scholarship donation will benefit medical students in rural health care
University of Kentucky announces financial aid for Rural Physician Leadership Program.
How AI-powered automation supports health care workers and improves patient care
Technology can streamline administrative tasks, freeing clinicians to spend more time for patients
Selfie-related deaths are a public health problem; No mortality benefits for vegetarian diet; Nursing home vaccination rates low - Morning Medical Update
The new generation of concierge physicians is here
They are determined to practice medicine their way.
AI Roundup: Killer robots being developed, let AI handle your gambling addiction, AI makes crappy pasta
Artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing in health care and all facets of business and life. Here are the latest developments:
Strawberries may increase cognitive function; Sexual minority youth more likely to be homeless; Over 1,000 health care professionals boycott journal - Morning Medical Update
Diversity in research: How to improve representation in clinical trials
Medical researchers have largely gone to white men to participate in studies. Health care leaders outline ways to cast a wider net, which will lead to better research and treatments for patients.
Almost half of Americans say their decisions about COVID-19 were affected by misinformation
COVID misinformation is part of a larger trend across all content areas and it is a major concern for many
How America can seize its rare opportunity to nail AI regulation for health care
What does successful regulations for health care-specific AI models look like?
Woman erases others medical debt after her death; New Crohn’s guidelines; New potential treatment for major depression - Morning Medical Update
Surge in preventive care visits over two decades holds promise for patient-physician relationships
Preventive visits nearly doubled between 2001 and 2019
1 in 4 worried about holiday COVID; Flu soars in 7 states; Cough medicine prototype struck down - Morning Medical Update
Report finds disparities in cancer care services in hospitals serving high numbers of Black and Hispanic patients
Hospitals often lack access to advanced equipment.
Primary care is primed to be treatment hub for opioid use disorder
Researchers say more physicians prescribing buprenorphine could help stem the overdose crisis across the country.
Reimbursement delays and denials hurt hospital finances
Physicians aren’t the only ones waiting on health insurance companies to pay.
Telemedicine is adding to doctors’ EHR burden
Remote visits are associated with increased documentation time, study finds
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