Tips for understanding and treating one of the nation's most prevalent diseases
As understanding of implicit bias grows, so do techniques for combating it.
How to thread the needle when talking to patients about medical mistakes.
Focus on trust and communication
Judge says prescription drug market will remain competitive
In some cases even small improvements in revenue and operating efficiencies can make the difference between staying independent and selling or merging a practice,
What doctors need to know about revamping their office space to meet consumer demands.
Electronic health records hold significant potential for improving patient care, but they also present doctors with new ethical challenges they didn’t face in the era of paper charts.
The forces driving the latest wave of consolidation in healthcare and what it means for doctors and their patients.
Even though they’ve been available for decades, portals have yet to meet their lofty expectations, a situation for which both patients and doctors share the blame.