Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
The pandemic has significantly decreased physician trust in healthcare leaders, the healthcare system as a whole, and insurance companies.
An imbalance between work needs and personal needs is common in the medical profession.
Evidence shows that genuine apologies reduce the risk of malpractice litigation when medical errors occur.
A 40% decline in emergency department visits for emergent, nonpreventable conditions indicates that many patients with serious health problems avoided emergency rooms during the first phase of the pandemic, researchers find.
Using telehealth poses risks for healthcare providers including misdiagnosis.
Accounting for patient perspectives adds value to safety and quality improvement initiatives.
A new Declaration of Principles by 10 healthcare organizations calls for actions to safeguard the emotional, psychological, and physical safety of staff.
In a study conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital, pairing community health workers with hospital inpatients reduced readmissions nearly 50%.
New CMO says the healthcare stars of the coronavirus pandemic work in nursing, hospital medicine, critical care medicine, and emergency medicine.
A new tool helps physicians to identify warning signs of mental health crises and to make preparations before a crisis strikes.