Here's what you should do the next time you experience a patient in a strong emotional state.
Med Ec Blog
Several strategies facilitated by technology are helping provide access to hidden capacity in our current health system.
Women physicians often detect a gender pay gap in medicine, but negotiating for equal pay is not always successful.
Change is difficult for healthcare professionals but especially difficult in a for-profit healthcare system setting—especially those systems caring for high-risk populations.
An American solution focusing on individuality and conserving resources can save the Medicare program.
While often thought of as an affliction that primarily affects men, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in America.
While story-based tech innovation doesn’t always pan out, it sometimes does—and it usually changes everything.
Jonathan Kaplan, MD, MPH, reflects on what he learned from buying a plastic surgery practice.
Special interests keep patients in the dark, right where hospitals want them.
Doctors can use the psychological techniques of deep listening and emotional validation to help patients feel heard and understood.