Covid-19COVID-19 Cost US 9M Years of Life Expectancy
Blacks, Hispanics lost nearly twice as many quality adjusted life years as Whites.
TelehealthStudy Affirms Strategies for Telepsychiatry Care Delivery
The study sought to determine whether an integrated or referral approach was more effective when providing clinic-to-clinic mental health care...
Covid-19The Newest Disease Detection Tool for COVID and Beyond: Poop
From Fresno, California, to Portland, Maine, universities, communities and businesses are monitoring human excrement for signs of COVID.
StrategyCity of Hope Orange County President on Community Cancer Needs
Annette Walker, president of City of Hope Orange County, shares expansion plans, innovations, and advice for future healthcare leaders.
Clinical CarePatients Face Significant Risk of Respiratory Illness Infection in Primary Care Offices
Researchers found that some patients became sick after exposure to other patients with influenza-like illness in primary care offices.
Clinical CareImproving Pregnancy Health: How We Can Predict Challenges Sooner
There are any number of reasons why such innovations haven?t been explored as much as other fields: the latent inequality...
Clinical CareDying Patients With Rare Diseases Struggle to Get Experimental Therapies
Getting expanded access to unproven therapies for rare diseases is more difficult than for more common illnesses, such as cancer.
MarketingDrugmakers' Spending on Stock, Dividends and Executive Pay Exceeds Research, Democrats Say
Contrary to pharmaceutical industry arguments that large profits fund extensive research, the major drug companies plow more of their billions...
Clinical CareOncologists Missing Opportunities to Have End-of-Life Discussions, Study Finds
Physicians may be uncomfortable discussing end-of-life issues and avoid having the conversations.
Covid-19Analysis: Why We'll Likely Never Know Whether a COVID Lab Leak Happened in China
Chinese scientists are great scientists, but they work for an authoritarian government where politics, not facts, always comes first.
Clinical CareCoronavirus Pandemic Discouraging Academic Medical Center Faculty, Study Finds
More faculty at a Texas academic medical center are considering quitting or scaling back to part-time employment during the pandemic.