- Tinker Ready, April 20, 2017
Hiller Zobel, LLB, a retired judge and co-author of an updated book on doctors and the law, discusses how physicians can best help themselves when medical malpractice is alleged.
- Alexandra Wilson Pecci, April 20, 2017
Including unpaid caregivers also leads to shorter rehospitalizations and lower costs of post-discharge care, researchers say.
- Tinker Ready, April 6, 2017
A Yale study finds that while patients have difficulty envisioning the benefits of avoiding low-value care, they are clear on one point: They would like doctors to spend more time talking and less time testing.
- Tinker Ready, March 30, 2017
A critical care physician reports that treating sepsis patients with Vitamin C and steroids results in "very short" lengths of stay and lower readmission rates. Critics say a randomized controlled trial is needed.