Roughly half of internal medicine physicians report working in a practice that has telehealth technology.
Replacing half an hour of daily sitting time with even light physical activity is associated with a reduction in mortality risk among less active adults.
Terminally ill adults in New Jersey will soon be allowed to seek medical help to end their lives.
An RN’s careful note-taking protects hospital from liability.
The US Food & Drug Administration reports the most current list of drug shortages and discontinuations.
The Grey’s Anatomy effect is a term that describes the disconnect between real-life and television medicine.
A recent national survey shows that drug shortages are widespread in the United States. The FDA unveiled a plan to address the problem.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued warning letters to four homeopathic drug manufacturers due to serious concerns over the quality of the products produced by these companies.
Physicians with 5 or more malpractice claims more than twice as likely to go into solo practice.
Lack of transparency in disclosure of hospital religious affiliations and subsequent healthcare restrictions greatly inconveniences patients.
User data from 24 apps received or processed by 55 unique entities, including developers, service providers.
But most report lack of appropriate staffing; 33% intend to leave job within 12 months.
A large-scale bibliometric analysis underscores a lack of sex-related reporting in biomedical research, despite efforts to include more women in health-based studies.
Can a nurse practitioner’s testimony be used to convict an accused rapist after the victim changes her story?
The AMA Code of Medical Ethics offers guidance on how physicians and healthcare systems can best support undocumented and lawfully present immigrants to promote the best possible care for all who need it.
Most Americans report having excellent or good health and have a usual place to go for medical care.
Patients who use a simple waiting room tool are more prepared and more likely to begin heir primary care visit by communicating their top priorities.
Additionally, patients often not prepared with realistic expectations to receive home health care.
Medicaid expansion has created an “urgent need” to engage primary care practices in serving the expanded Medicaid population.
No difference in average sleep time found for residents with flexible hours vs standard duty hours.