A growing disconnect between membership and leadership on several issues is prompting many physician assistants to question their support.
Most medical information shared on Twitter is from substantiated, professional sources.
Approximately 30% to 50% of U.S adults do not adhere to long-term medications.
Overall, clinicians were less satisfied with the ability of EHRs to improve care and with ease of use in 2012 versus 2010.
Answering friends' inquiries about another practitioner's professional reputation can be uncomfortable.
Advanced practice nurses are unfairly targeted by laws that could make it a felony for nonphysicians to introduce themselves as "Dr."
How can I avoid unnecessary antibiotic use while still satisfying my patients?
An expert panel is strongly encouraging the immediate adoption of evidence-based strategies to reduce infections and improve patient safety.
Clinicians must carefully question our patients about the source of their prescription drugs to make sure they are obtaining these products from legitimate sources.
Medicare providers and medical researchers brace for cuts from fiscal impasse.
The demand for qualified nurse practitioners to precept students is outpacing supply. How can we change this?