Clinical CareThe Powerful Constraints on Medical Care in Catholic Hospitals Across America
The Catholic Church's directives are often at odds with accepted medical standards, especially in areas of reproductive health.
NursingSafe Patient Handling: How CNOs Can Help Nurses Avoid Injury
Creating a safe patient handling program can help reduce injuries and time lost due to injury.
Clinical CareHow Are Your Physicians Involved in Administrative Leadership?
Physicians play many administrative leadership roles at Tampa General Hospital and Yale New Haven Health.
Human ResourcesBiology, Anatomy, and Finance? More Med Students Want Business Degrees Too
Researchers estimate the number of dual-degree graduates has nearly tripled.
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.
Revenue CycleWhen Optimizing the EHR, Don't Forget Your Clinicians
An enhanced EHR is key to a healthy revenue cycle, but one CMO says clinicians can't be left out of...
TechnologyAHIMA Survey IDs Technology Challenges to Collecting, Using SDOH
A new survey commissioned by AHIMA finds that nearly 80% of healthcare organizations are collecting data on social determinants of...
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
InnovationVirtual Reality Replaces the Textbook as a Provider Education Tool
Healthcare organizations are using augmented and virtual reality technology to give doctors and nurses better insight on challenging treatments.
Clinical CareEmbedded Bias: How Medical Records Sow Discrimination
Researchers are increasingly finding that doctors can transmit prejudice under the guise of objective descriptions.
InnovationHow Health Systems are Using Video Games for Continuing Medical Education
Eric Gantwerker, MD, MMSc (MedEd), FACS, a practicing pediatric otolaryngologist and medical director for Level Ex, explains how healthcare organizations...