With demand for the newer shingles vaccine, known as Shingrix, far outstripping the pace at which the manufacturer can supply it, shortages will likely continue throughout
Physicians engaging with publicly traded companies, such as serving on boards or as expert advisers, should pay particular attention to the rules around their agreements.
4 ways to address the needs of LGBTQ patients.
A matter-of-fact approach works best to discuss the often-uncomfortable topic for patients and physicians.
Here are five ways physicians can make clear that LBGTQIA patients will be treated with the same respect and high-quality care any other patients receive.
It's ironic: Experts in health IT concur that a major reason for healthcare systems shifted from paper to digital records was to reduce medical errors, but at the same time research has shown that EHRs actually introduce new kinds of errors.
Forecasts of future trends go along with a new year as reliably as champagne and the ball drop. Medical Economics spoke with three leading health information technology (HIT) experts to see what HIT trends they expect will matter the most in 2018. Here are the trends they foresee.
Take steps throughout the life of the practice to ensure that it will ultimately appeal to buyers and command a good price.
With Congress attempting to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and with the president issuing executive actions to roll back portions of the ACA, some in the medical community have been wondering whether the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) also faces an uncertain future.
Primary care practices located in community settings do a better job of providing high-value, cost-effective services than primary care practices within hospital settings, according to a recent article in JAMA Internal Medicine.