Clinical CareSurge in Syphilis Cases Leads Some Providers to Ration Penicillin
Nationwide, syphilis rates are at a 70-year high.
TechnologyCleveland Clinic-IBM Partnership Trains AI on Cancer Research
The collaboration is one of several between health systems and Big Tech to develop and scale AI programs
Clinical CareWomen and Minorities Bear the Brunt of Medical Misdiagnosis
Women and racial and ethnic minorities are 20% to 30% more likely than white men to experience a misdiagnosis.
PayerWhen a Quick Telehealth Visit Yields Multiple Surprises Beyond a Big Bill
$660 for what was billed as a 45- to 59-minute visit. The insurer paid nothing, ruling it out of network.
Clinical Care4 Things That Detract From Patient Experience
Recent studies, surveys, and HealthLeaders coverage highlight patient experience drawbacks for healthcare organizations.
InnovationMissouri Health System Improves Respiratory Disease Treatment With New Lung Scan
MU Health Care is one of only two health systems in the country to use the Xenon MRI, which could...
InnovationCreative RPM Programs Tackle Chronic Care Management
A new partnership in Atlanta is helping church-goers monitor blood pressure and live healthier lives.
InnovationPrecision Medicine Tech Helps Doctors Zero In On Diseases And Treatments
At Valley Children?s Hospital, Jeremy Woods is digging into a patient?s genes and developing databases that uncover how diseases are...
Clinical CareDoubts Abound About a New Alzheimer's Blood Test
Alzheimer's researchers aren't convinced the Quest test is backed by sound scientific research.
TechnologyDigital Twin Tech Is Set to Reshape Healthcare Dx
Health systems are just beginning to develop digital models of everything from organs to people to whole neighborhoods to improve...
Clinical CarePolice Blame Some Deaths on 'Excited Delirium.' ER Docs Consider Pulling the Plug on the Term.
The theory of excited delirium exonerates police despite mounting opposition to the term among most prominent medical groups.
InnovationeConsults Offer a Virtual Platform to Improve Specialist Access
A pilot program in Maine is proving the value of a telemedicine network that links remote primary care providers with...