Covid-19COVID Concerns Slash Leadership Internships and Fellowships
Educators worry that the very leaders who will define post-COVID healthcare leadership won't have quality experience during the crisis.
NursingIn Face Of Coronavirus, Many Hospitals Cancel On-Site Training For Nursing And Med Students
As university campuses close and disease prevention efforts intensify, hospitals, nursing homes and other health care venues in California and...
Battle Over Maintenance of Certification Continues in the Courts
Two lawsuits against ABIM dismissed, but appeals are in or on the way.
Clinical CareCMS Wants More Input on Medicare Scope of Practice Regulations
Federal policy makers are examining regulations that require more-stringent supervision, or that limit providers from practicing at the top of...
Clinical CareShould We Be Doing More Autopsies?
'Much more can be learned from the dead'
Clinical CareInternational Medical School Graduates Could Ease U.S. Physician Shortage
International medical school graduates are more likely to be primary care physicians than their U.S. medical school counterparts, says the...
Clinical CareGeisinger Offers Debt-free Primary Care Medical School
Program offered for medical students who'll commit to primary care at the Pennsylvania-based health system after graduating.
Clinical CareHalf of Surgery Residents Report Harassment, Bullying
Residents who experience mistreatment during training have greater risks of burnout and suicidal thoughts.
Clinical CareHigh-risk Patients Have Lower Mortality Rates at Major Teaching Hospitals
The 30-day mortality rate for these high-risk patients was 15.9% at major teaching hospitals, compared with 18.2% at non-teaching hospitals.
FSMB Takes Custody of Hahnemann Hospital Residency Training Records
The financially troubled 496-bed teaching hospital in Philadelphia shutters on September 6.
Clinical CareABIM to Launch 'Longitudinal' MOC Test
Physicians can choose between periodic brief assessments or single high-stakes exam.
Clinical Care'July Effect' is a Fallacy, New Study Shows
New research debunks the notion that July suffers more medical errors than any other month owing to an influx of...