The American College of Physicians published a position paper with recommendations to reduce administrative burden on clinicians.
Technological advances have changed the way researchers obtain informed consent from participants.
The development of new device technologies points to the need for new strategies to monitor their continuing safety and efficacy.
Mean compensation amounts and the percentage of paid claims exceeding $1 million increased, with wide differences in rates and characteristics across specialties.
Recent research found that end-of-rotation transition in care was linked to significantly higher in-hospital mortality.
The AMA and ACP voice their opposition after House leadership proposes a new health care act in replacement of Obamacare.
The new rule proposes a variety of policy and operational changes to stabilize the healthcare insurance marketplace.
The FDA has released draft guidance documents for appropriate marketing communication on medical products and devices.
An expert Q&A with Susannah L. Rose, PhD, on the prevalence of industry funding of advocacy groups and what clinicians should consider when interpreting research outcomes.
Two U.S. studies find that undocumented immigrants are unable to get adequate dialysis and end-of-life care.
PCPs strongly endorse key elements of the ACA and only 15% want the law completely repealed.
Follow-on drugs can take up to 15 years to research, develop, and obtain approval due to regulatory barriers.
ACA increased coverage and access for persons with chronic disease, however, substantial gaps remain for minorities.
Researchers have updated the 2012 sepsis and septic shock management guidelines based on the results of recent clinical trials.
Sepsis guidelines improve assessment, recognition, and management of patients with sepsis at emergency departments.
Medical students learn better when they are in a good state of mind, researchers found.
The American College of Physicians penned a letter asking Congress to reconsider repealing the Affordable Care Act.
More than 100 clinicians and researchers identified the top 10 most anticipated medical innovations of 2017.
Speculation surrounds the new administration's plan for the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Valora S. Gurganious, MBA, a senior management consultant at a medical consulting firm, offers guidance on how you can maximize revenue and stay ahead of payors' latest attempts to cut reimbursement.
Greater burnout is associated with worse quality health care and decreased patient safety.
Substantial increases from 1996 through 2013 seen in US spending on personal health care and public health.
Researchers and physicians explore what's working and not working in medical education.
Although there are delays in implementation, artificial intelligence has many potential applications in medicine.
The increase in direct patient access to online health records confers multiple benefits, though disparities in access should be addressed.
Katherine A. Roberts, MD, discusses her experience with opting out of Medicare and offers advice to physicians considering doing the same.
Among patients undergoing surgical procedures, using the Lean Six Sigma methodology can reduce the risk of health care-associated infections.
Surveillance, compliance, and documentation of prescriptions of restricted antimicrobials increased with use of the system.
Older adults in the emergency department are willing to provide information using a tablet computer, but many still need assistance.
Researchers in North Texas surveyed people with HIV to determine their levels of health literacy.
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