The EHR adoption rate among physicians in the United States is high — greater than 80 percent, according to federal government data — but with federal meaningful use (MU) incentives drying up, what will it take to get the holdouts on board?
Research has demonstrated that minimizing injection-site discomfort increases patient satisfaction, which can have a bearing on provider reimbursement.
Medical technology firm Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD) recently won FDA...
In the midst of a provider shortage, nurse practitioners (NPs) play an increasingly vital role in health care. New qualitative research highlights NPs’ importance in connecting with patients and enhancing communication.
Research linking a poor diet to a variety of health conditions is overwhelming, spurring some hospitals to revamp their menus and eliminate fast food. As it turns out, those changes don’t have to break the bank.
Time physicians spend entering data into EHRs during appointments may reduce patient satisfaction, a recent study in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests.
The CDC estimates that one in 25 patients in a U.S. hospital on any given day has a healthcare-associated infection (HAI), and most HAIs take place outside the ICU.
Sherwin-Williams has introduced Paint Shield, a paint that kills more than 99.9 percent of bacteria such as...
Signs of Depression Common among Young Physicians
The long hours and intense training required of residents — positions marked by low rank and high responsibility — cause signs of depression in more than a quarter of physicians early in their careers, according to a review of 50 years’...
That Herr Von Muellerhoff font may have been swell for the closing credits of Casablanca, but it can send an undesirable signal about a physician’s judgment if he or she uses it to jazz up a resume.
Reinvention is the name of the game in medicine today, as expanded regulations force physicians to remain nimble in the face of constant change.