Clinical CareMany Autoimmune Disease Patients Struggle With Diagnosis, Costs, Inattentive Care
Despite their frequency, finding help for many autoimmune diseases can prove frustrating and expensive.
Clinical CareWho Will Care for Older Adults? We've Plenty of Know-How but Too Few Specialists
Despite the surging older population, there are fewer geriatricians now (just over 7,400) than in 2000 (10,270).
Clinical CareMedical School on Cherokee Reservation Will Soon Send Doctors to Tribal, Rural Areas
Rural residents make up about 14% of the U.S. population but fewer than 5% of incoming medical students.
StrategyCA's Medical Board Can't Pay Its Bills, but Doctors Resist Proposed Fixes
A bill before the legislature would significantly increase the fees doctors pay to fund the medical board.
TechnologyNew Study Gives ChatGPT High Marks as a CDS Tool
Mass General Brigham researchers say the large language model AI chatbot is almost as good in making clinical decisions as...
TechnologyDigital Health Tech Helps Carilion Children's Monitor NICU Feeding Processes
The Virginia hospital will use an analytics platform integrated with its EHR to track patient feeding metrics, identify pain points,...
InnovationVideo Game Survey Shows Potential for Healthcare Applications
According to the Entertainment Software Association, 70% of gamers surveyed say games could be used for medical treatment, and many...
StrategyHow Health Care May Be Affected by the High Court's Affirmative Action Ruling
The decision found it is unconstitutional for colleges and universities to use race as a factor in student admissions.
InnovationThe Exec: Innovation is a Team Sport for Jesse Goodwin
The Medical University of South Carolina's chief innovation officer says innovation is part of the health system's culture, and something...
TechnologyNAHQ Report: Building Strong Workforce Involves Improving Healthcare Quality Education
The National Association for Healthcare Quality is helping organizations like the Veterans Health Administration implement improvements
NursingTackling Nursing's Trifecta of Challenges
The healthcare system must find a way to provide the access to training for tens of thousands of would-be nurses.
NursingMI Launches Fast-Track Nurse Apprentice Program
The initiative is developing admissions and application criteria, with the first apprentice program to begin in 2023.