As the number of women doctors grows, many are trying to square that promise with the systemic challenges they face.
Many physicians are unhappy with their EHRs. But how do you know when it’s time to change?
How can the healthcare industry better encourage doctors to practice in rural settings?
If doctors can get the right kind of data at the right time, the information collected from these wearable devices may offer a strong potential for more accurate diagnoses, more personalized treatments, and better outcomes. The question remains, however, how can physicians get and manage the flow of all this new data to actually improve patient care?
At the 2019 Asembia Specialty Pharmacy Summit, former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb discussed advances within the agency during his tenure.
With the implementation of electronic health records, the country has seen a rise in what used to be a relatively rare malpractice situation: medical liability claims with an EHR as a contributing factor.
A new RAND study uncovers significant differences between healthcare costs paid by privately insured patients and those paid out by Medicare.
How this technology will change the way physicians practice.
Hackers are increasingly using targeted attacks that resemble legitimate electronic communications.
Telemedicine holds promise, but it is just another tool in a clinician’s care delivery toolbox.